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Age 16 to 18
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The symbol [ ] means 'the integer part of '.

Consider the three numbers

$$[2x];\ 2[x];\ [x + {1\over 2}] + [x - {1\over 2}]$$

Can they ever be equal?

Can they ever take three different values?