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Topic: Cantor's Faulty Induction Method
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Re: Cantor's Faulty Induction Method
Posted: Mar 3, 2013 12:08 AM
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On Mar 2, 12:54 pm, Graham Cooper <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Given a part of a LIST 3X3 digits
>
> LIST DUMP
> 0.223
> 0.443
> 0.776
>
> An AD Function Exists that calculates a Missing Real 3 digits long
> D=0.246
> AD=0.665
>
> ----------------
>
> Given a part of same LIST 4X4 digits
>
> LIST DUMP
> 0.2232
> 0.4433
> 0.7766
> 0.9988
>
> An AD Function Exists that calculates a Missing Real 4 digits long
> D=0.2468
> AD=0.6656
>
> ----------------
>
> Given a part of same LIST 5X5 digits
>
> LIST DUMP
> 0.22322
> 0.44333
> 0.77666
> 0.99888
> 0.11100
>
> An AD Function Exists that calculates a Missing Real 5 digits long
> D=0.24680
> AD=0.66566
>
> ----------------
>
> Given a List of NXN digits
> An AD Function Exists that calculates a Missing Real N digits long
> ->
> Given a List of N+1XN+1 digits
> An AD Function Exists that calculates a Missing Real N+1 digits long
>
> By Induction
> For ALL Sizes of All Lists a Missing Real Exists!
>
> Herc
> --www.BLoCKPROLOG.com


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