hi , as of the title , is there a B that N < B < P(N) ?? N are the complete numbers set. P(N) is { x | x in N } ?? if there is , would please give an example , else proof that there isn't , thanks a lot ?
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Originally Posted by mIXpRo hi , as of the title , is there a B that N < B < P(N) ?? N are the complete numbers set. P(N) is { x | x in N } ?? if there is , would please give an example , else proof that there isn't , thanks a lot ? You mean to Continuum hypothesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia?
thanks that what i was looking for .