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    Show that for any number q that is an element of Natural Numbers

    Stuck in this question.
    Show that for any number q that is an element of Natural Numbers in the set...
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    Last edited by qwerty1234; May 12th 2011 at 11:48 AM.
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    Hello.

    What is f?
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    Hi, sorry. I've attached a new diagram now:
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty1234 View Post
    anyone?
    Bumping in any form is strictly against this forumís rules.
    When I first read this question, my reaction was so what?
    Those sets are finite!
    Beyond that, what possible consequence could there be?
    I will report your bump.
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    ok sorry, im new.
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