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# greater than or equal?

In the definition of Cardinality 1 you say "A is greater than ... " if there

is a 1-1 function. Then you write |A|>|B|. Shouldn't this read "greater than or equal" and have $|A|\geq |B|$ since a bijection is 1-1? If you want it to exclude equality you would have to add the obtuse restriction that there not be a bijection between them, so I think it makes more sense to just add the option of equals.

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yeah, i've recast this. thanks.

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