By Jim Chapin

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Bolzano’s Intermediate Value Theorem If y = f [x] is continuous on the interval a ≤ x ≤ b, then f [x] attains every value intermediate between the values f [a] and f [b]. In particular, if f [a] < 0 and f [b] > 0, then there is an x0 , a < x0 < b, such that f [x0 ] = 0. Proof: The following idea makes a technically simple general proof. Suppose we want to hit a real value γ between the values of f [a] = α and f [b] = β. Divide the interval [a, b] up into small steps each ∆x long, a, a + ∆x, a + 2∆x, a + 3∆x, · · · , b.

X is defined and positive, Let 0 < ξ ≈ 0 be a positive infinitesimal. 1 guarantees that ξ is defined and positive. √ √ Suppose ξ is not infinitesimal. Then there is a positive real number 0 < a with a < ξ. Squaring √ √ and using the Function Extension Axiom on the property 0 < b < c implies 0 < b < c, we see that 0 < a2 < ξ contradicting the assumption that ξ ≈ 0 is infinitesimal. 8. Infinite Limits We know that c + 7 = 0 because we are given that c = −7 and c ≈ −7 or c = −7 + ι with ι ≈ 0, but ι = 0.

1 below contains a long list of drill questions that may be viewed as limit computations. For example, 1 1 1 lim − =? d→0 d b+d b lim is just asking what happens as d becomes small. Another way to ask the question is 1 δ 1 1 − b+δ b ≈? 12 that formalize our intuitive notions of small, medium and large numbers. 1. 4. Infinitesimal, Finite and Infinite Computations We are told that a ≈ 2 and b ≈ 5, so we may write a = 2 + ι and b = 5 + θ with ι ≈ 0 and θ ≈ 0. Now we compute b − a = 5 + θ − 2 − ι = 5 − 2 + (θ − ι) = 3 + (θ − ι) by rules of algebra.