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3 Read minimum of Gamma function on (0, oo) David Bernier sci.math.independent
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1 Read Re: The diagonal argument requires only that Cauchy sequences of rational numbers define their limit. Ben Bacarisse sci.math.independent
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3 Read Re: The diagonal argument requires only that Cauchy sequences of rational numbers define their limit. Virgil sci.math.independent
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1 Read Really Tanu R. sci.math.independent
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10 Read fwiw, generating perfect squares without multiplication... Chris M. Thomasson sci.math.independent
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6 Read Re: The diagonal argument requires only that Cauchy sequences of rational numbers define their limit. Ben Bacarisse sci.math.independent
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21 Read Re: § 537 The diagonal argument requires that
Cauchy sequences of irrational numbers contain their limit.
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4 Read Re: The diagonal argument requires only that Cauchy sequences of rational numbers define their limit. Ben Bacarisse sci.math.independent
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5 Read **** TROLL ALERT **** Dan Christensen sci.math.independent
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3 Read Re: The diagonal argument requires that Cauchy sequences of irrational numbers have a limit. Ben Bacarisse sci.math.independent
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3 Read archimedean valuation is "infinite-adic Brian Q. Hutchings sci.math.independent
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1 Read Re: The diagonal argument requires only that Cauchy sequences of rational numbers define their limit. Virgil sci.math.independent
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5 Read infinity is the reciprocal of zero, even though it is not a number
per se ;zero is one over infinity; 1 is 0 * oo
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3 Read Re: The diagonal argument requires only that Cauchy sequences of rational numbers define their limit. Ben Bacarisse sci.math.independent
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7 Read Re: The diagonal argument requires only that Cauchy sequences of rational numbers define their limit. Michael Klemm sci.math.independent
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