By G. H. Hardy

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Or again, we might suppose that the relation between x and y is given, not by means of an explicit formula for y in terms of as, but by means of a geometrical construction which enables us to determine Q when P is known. In these circumstances y is said to be a function of x. This notion of functional dependence of one variable upon another is perhaps the most important in the whole range of higher mathe matics. In order to enable the reader to be certain that he understands means of a we number it clearly, large shall, in this chapter, illustrate it by of examples.

M. on 8 Aug. 1907. Then y is defined for a certain number of integral values of x, viz. 1, 2, ... N, where is the total number of policemen in division C at that particular moment of time. N , The 21. graphical representation of functions. pose that the variable y is a function of the variable x. Sup It will generally be open to us also to regard x as a function of y, in virtue of the functional relation between x and y. But for the present we shall shall look at this relation from the first point of view.

Hence there is at most one z such that z 3 = 32 + 8. And it cannot be For any rational root of this equation must be integral and a factor of 8 (Ex. n. 3), and it is easy to verify that no one of 1, 2, 4, 8 is a root. rational. Thus z 3 = 3-2+ 8 has at most one root and that root, if it exists, is positive and not rational. We can now divide the positive rational numbers x into two classes Z, A according as x3 3x + 8 or x 3 &v + 8. It is easy to see that 3 3. + 8 and if a? 3y + 8. /-|-8. Then since # 2 2 3 3 3, which is impossible; for y is tracting y -tf <3(y-#), or y + xy + x > < > > >3# < REAL VARIABLES 15] and positive and y < #>2 x then also (since y z < ^3 we can show that Similarly >8).