Prove, using the Countable Principle of Choice, that every countable subset of has an upper bound in .
Notation: denotes the first uncountable ordinal.
Last edited by selenne431; March 6th 2010 at 04:28 PM.
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Hint: With the countable principle of choice, a countable union of countable sets is also countable.
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