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 Lecture 16: Infinities
 A set is called countable if it is either finite or denumerably infinite. More examples of denumerably infinite sets. (We already have: N, the set of natural numbers.
 people.umass.edu
 History and Transfinite Numbers: Counting Infinite Sets Georg
 www.learner.org
 Permutable entire functions
 Now P(~) is the (nondenumerably) infinite set of those entire functions g (z) which have 0~ as a fixpoint, i.e. for which.
 zakuski.utsa.edu
 As is well known, two linearly ordered sets A a
 set A is nondenumerable. 2. The denumerable case.
 www.ams.org
 Fair Infinite Lotteries
 Sep 1, 2010 In this paper, we consider a fair lottery in which exactly one winner is randomly selected from a countably (or denumerably) infinite set of tickets.
 www.rug.nl
Suggested Web Resources
 Countably Infinite  from Wolfram MathWorld
 6 days ago Countably infinite sets have cardinal number aleph0.
 mathworld.wolfram.com
 Countable set  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 As noted above, this terminology is not universal: Some authors use countable to mean what is here called "countably infinite," and to not include finite sets.
 en.wikipedia.org
 Peter Suber, "Infinite Sets"
 The null set is countable. The finite set, {A, B, C}, is countable. The infinite set, N, is countable and denumerable.
 www.earlham.edu
 Infinite Sets
 The first of all the infinities is called denumerably infinite, or countably infinite. These are the infinite sets that can be counted with the whole numbers.
 fclass.vaniercollege.qc.ca
 Lecture 16: Infinities
 A set is called countable if it is either finite or denumerably infinite. More examples of denumerably infinite sets. (We already have: N, the set of natural numbers.
 people.umass.edu
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