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Of course, no continuous real valued non-constant function can attain only rational or irrational values, but can there be a pair of nowhere-constant continuous functions f and g such that for all x, at least one of f(x) and g(x) is rational? Or maybe a countable collection of continuous functions, {f1, f2...} such that for all x there is n such that fn(x) is rational?

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# Can there be two continuous real-valued functions such that at least one has rational values for all x?

Of course, no continuous real valued non-constant function can attain only rational or irrational values, but can there be a pair of continuous functions f and g such that for all x, at least one of f(x) and g(x) is rational? Or maybe a countable collection of continuous functions, {f1, f2...} such that for all x there is n such that fn(x) is rational?

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