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Topic: unable to prove?
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Frederick Williams

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Re: unable to prove?
Posted: Aug 28, 2012 10:46 AM
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dilettante wrote:

> In other words, taking the existence of the power set of the reals as a
> given, is CH still proved to be independent?


Yes. If X is a set then the power set of X is a set also; and 'real' is
defined in such a way that the set of reals exists.

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