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    tbetra5
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    N^N is uncountable

    hello,

    how do you prove that N^N is uncountable?
    couldn't find anything on the internet so far
    tx
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbetra5 View Post
    how do you prove that N^N is uncountable?
    couldn't find anything on the internet so far
    Cantor's diagonal argument.
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