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Topic: Does a nonlinear additive function on R imply a Hamel basis of R?
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Mike Terry

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Re: Does a nonlinear additive function on R imply a Hamel basis of R?
Posted: Apr 21, 2013 7:59 PM
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> On Saturday, April 20, 2013 8:50:11 PM UTC-4, Mike Terry wrote:
> > Indeed not, my bad. And it seems to construct an f which works along
> >
> > lines I intended, I would want to use AC at some point, which is no

> So Mike, do you still think that "your original argument only
> really needed one irrational number, rather than a Hamel basis, I


:) No, I was admitting as much in my last post. The question is much more
subtle than I first thought...


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