Sandwich theorems for radiant functions
Keywords:sandwich theorems, radiant functions, coradiant functions
We show that between two graphs, one of a radiant function and the other of a coradiant, both dened on a real interval containing 0, there exists at least one line which separates the graphs. The conditions for the uniqueness of a separating linear function are also established.
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