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  • 5 years ago

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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  1. anonymous
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    heres the answer : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV1FrqwZyKw&feature=feedlik

  2. anonymous
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    haha

  3. anonymous
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    no?i thought it would help

  4. anonymous
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    lol

  5. anonymous
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    Look at the proof for continuum hypothesis. It should help you out.

  6. anonymous
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    That problem is currently unsolvable

  7. anonymous
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    well, not unsolvable. But I don't think it has been solved yet

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV1FrqwZyKw&feature=feedlik

  9. anonymous
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    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?

  10. anonymous
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    it's proving that there is a cardinality between that of the natural numbers and that of the continuum

  11. anonymous
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    which yes, is the continuum hypothesis

  12. anonymous
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    well, the hypothesis is that one does not exist

  13. anonymous
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    True, but why are you worrying about this? :D

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