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Hecman Gun

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Preservation of Cardinality in Integration and Differentiation
Posted: Apr 29, 2009 4:00 PM
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Does integration or differentiation of a particular function which interpolates (or, extrapolate, if you want to consider that case) change the cardinality of the set being interpolated?
It seems so that cardinality is not preserved. But I'm not sure.



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