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Give an example of an increasing function whose domain is the interval [0,1]but whose range does not equal the interval[f(0),f(1)]
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    well, f(x) = 1/(1-x)

    has range = [1,oo) but it's sort of a bad candidate because f(1) is not defined, so [f(0),f(1)] does not exist.

    Gotta think more on this one.

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