For any map f from ℝ to ℝ, if an interval J contains all periodic points of period 1 and 2, then f(f(J)) contains all periodic points (and therefore contains the centre of f). Mathematical Reviews subject classification: Primary: 54C30, 37E05; Secondary: 37C25 Key words: Periodic points, period, convex hull
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