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ProofThatTheRationalsAreCountable, CantorSet, AverageValueOfFunction, NumerableSet, SierpinskiSetOfEuclideanPlane

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## Comments

## Re: flesh out a little?

>I guess there's not much else to say here,...

WRONG!!! PM mathematicians always will have (and write!) to say something productive. PM cannot be defined with a "trabalenguas", with all respect Mr.odenskrigare

perucho

## Re: flesh out a little?

In order to have intervals you must have an ordered set; the entry addresses a more general situation. Bounded intervals in the rationals are infinite, but the rationals are countable.

## Re: flesh out a little?

Translate it (from Spanish) with Google =o)