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Prove or disprove that a cardinal number exists between the cardinality of the reals and the cardinality of the natural numbers.

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heres the answer : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV1FrqwZyKw&feature=feedlik
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no?i thought it would help

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Look at the proof for continuum hypothesis. It should help you out.
That problem is currently unsolvable
well, not unsolvable. But I don't think it has been solved yet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV1FrqwZyKw&feature=feedlik
So there isn't a proof that the continuum hypothesis is true, but still. You do realize that your question is really asking about the provability of the continuum hypothesis, right?
it's proving that there is a cardinality between that of the natural numbers and that of the continuum
which yes, is the continuum hypothesis
well, the hypothesis is that one does not exist
True, but why are you worrying about this? :D

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