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February 9th, 2019, 01:51 PM   #21
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And the point of all this is?
Because for any real number I can build a number associated with this number.
for example, X is constructed from 1.
so I can build a bijection between the real number and its new numbers.
so they have the same cardinal.
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Because for any real number I can build a number associated with this number.
for example, X is constructed from 1.
so I can build a bijection between the real number and its new numbers.
so they have the same cardinal.
And what do you do with these numbers? How do they work?
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Here is the usefulness again to number to describe his strange ways that can demonstrate at the same time who converges and divides
and with that can make some calculations with its new numbers
http://mymathforum.com/applied-math/...s-theorem.html
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