How can I build a function f(x) such that $5 < f(x) < 10$?
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I figured I would come up with 5 examples (why 5? because it is prime, it is a congruent number, it represents a chevron in its Roman numeral and is therefore incredibly masculine if we believe Dan Brown at all, and leads to the beautiful self-referential sentence: "In this exclamation, there are five i's!"
To complete this little game, I note also that the word "subcontinental" has all five vowels, and they appear in reverse-alphabetic order ("uoiea"). Good day!