On Apr 6, 2:25 pm, WM <mueck...@rz.fh-augsburg.de> wrote: > § 224 has become too long. There the following important result might > get lost. > > I declare: I accept your stand point - or should I call it conjecture > or even theorem? > > 1) We cannot remove every set E from D. Some elements will remain in D > \E since D is infinite and E is finite although no finite number of > elements and no last element can be determined.
Note that E has not yet been specified. E can be any finite set. As soon as E is specified, a finite number of elements and a last element can be determined.