Date: May 3, 2013 12:18 AM
Author: Virgil
Subject: Re: Matheology � 258
In article <2e53d705-cdf5-467b-a336-53874a141fba@googlegroups.com>,

Zeit Geist <tucsondrew@me.com> wrote:

> >

> > If your "Y c X" in the above means that Y is PROPER subset of X ( a

> >

> > subset of X but not equal to X) then your statement is quite correct,

> >

> > but the "Y c X" notation is not always interpreted as requiring "not

> >

> > equal to".

> >

> >

> Thanks Virgil,

>

> I realized that I didn't mention that. That is how I usually interpret it,

> but not everyone does. Of course, things get interpreted rather

> strangely around here.

>

> ZG

Which is why I try to be as precise and clear as possible.

But no matter how hard I try, WM, for one, manages to both misinterpret

and misrepresent what I have said.

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