(a) Give an example of a function, f, which is defined on the closed interval [0, 1] but is not bounded above.
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(a) Give an example of a function, f, which is defined on the closed interval [0, 1] but is not bounded

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(b) Give an example of a function, f, which is defined on the closed interval [0, 1] and is bounded above, but does not achieve its maximum on [0, 1].

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a) consider y(x ) =
0 , d = 0
Here J(x) is defined on [o, 1) but is not
bounded above.
b ) consider y (x ) =
" , x 6 [ O , 1 )
1 / 2 ) X = 1
Here 1 (2) is defined on Lo,! but does
not achieve...

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