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>> No.10243704 [View]
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>>10242124
Ahem.

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Dude infinity lmao

>> No.9715496 [View]
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Uncountable sets are counter-intuitive and probably don't even exist. And axiom of countable choice makes more sense than full AC.
What is a better property, having all sets Lebesgue-measurable, or having some weird sets too big and too abstract to see, construct and comprehend?
Prove me wrong

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What's the probability of picking 7 in a set between 0 and infinity?



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