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    Countability problem

    For each x ∈ we are given an interval with >= 0. Moreover, for each with , we have if is not equal to . Show that for uncountably many .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pythagorean12 View Post
    For each x ∈ we are given an interval with >= 0. Moreover, for each with , we have if is not equal to . Show that for uncountably many .
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