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    What does this mean?

    A = {(1, x) eN x N | 1<= x <= m}

    Can someone describe exactly what this means in english especially (1,x)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzellt View Post
    A = {(1, x) eN x N | 1<= x <= m}

    Can someone describe exactly what this means in english especially (1,x)

    thanks
    Set of ordered pairs of natural numbers, the first element of which is 1, and the second element is in {1, 2, .. , m}.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBlack View Post
    Set of ordered pairs of natural numbers, the first element of which is 1, and the second element is in {1, 2, .. , m}.

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    I don't know why, but the question renders differently now (or on this computer) from what it did when I answered it this morning. It was comprehensible then but is not now!

    Copying and pasting gets rid of the control/formating stuff and gives:

    A = {(1, x) eN x N | 1<= x <= m}

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