Date: Jan 24, 2013 7:56 AM
Author: Jesse F. Hughes
Subject: Re: ZFC and God
"Jesse F. Hughes" <email@example.com> writes:
> Yes, but let's be perfectly clear here. What we have now is this:
> a function t: N -> R such that, for all i in N, t(i) is a real
> number with terminating decimal representation. We'll write this as
> t_i and we'll write t_i(j) for the j'th digit of t_i (in its
> terminating representation, which is, of course, unique).
> Let d in R be defined by
> d(j) = 7 if t_j(j) != 7
> d(j) = 6 if t_j(j) = 6.
^ Should be 7, of course.
> Clearly, for all j, d(j) != t_j(j) and hence d != t_j for any j in
> Is this what you mean up 'til now?
So, for instance, take the obvious enumeration of finite decimal
representations (in [0,1), of course)
Clearly, t_i(i) = 0 for every i, and hence d_i = 7 for every i. Thus,
d = 0.777..., which is a number without any finite decimal
Jesse F. Hughes
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