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July 2nd, 2016, 01:56 PM   #1
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Power Set of the Reals is Countable

1) Reals in [0,1) correspond to the natural numbers.*
2) Power Set of natural numbers is countable.**

* Cantor's Diagonal Argument and Binary Sequences
** Power Set of the Natural Numbers is Countable

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Both statement are incorrect - errors have been pointed out and you've left them uncorrected.
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What's wrong with you Zylo? Why do you keep posting this rubbish? Do you realky want a future employer to find all this evidence of your ignorance, inability to understand arguments and failure to learn?
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