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27/06/2009 - 08:35 von WM | Report spam
The main part of the paper is devoted to show that the real numbers
are denumerable. The explicit denumerable sequence that contains all
real numbers will be given. The general element that generates the
sequence will be written as well as the first few elements of that
sequence. That there is one-to-one correspondence between the real
numbers and the elements of the explicitly written sequence will be
proven by the three independent proofs. [...]
It is also proven that the Cantor’s 1873 proof of non denumerability
is not correct since it implicates non denumerability of rational
numbers. In addition it is proven that the numbers generated by the
diagonal procedure in Cantor’s 1891 proof are not different from the
numbers in the assumed denumerable set.
[Slavica Vlahovica and Branislav Vlahovic: "Countability of the Real
Numbers"]
arXiv:math.NT/0403169 v1 10 Mar 2004

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#1 Peter
27/06/2009 - 15:53 | Warnen spam
On 27 Jun., 08:35, WM wrote:

The main part of the paper is devoted to show that the real
numbers are denumerable. [...]
[Slavica Vlahovica and Branislav Vlahovic: "Countability of
the Real Numbers"]
arXiv:math.NT/0403169 v1 10 Mar 2004



Gott sei Dank hat ein gnàdiger Archivar diesen Unsinn
nicht unter 'Number Theory' sondern unter 'General Mathematics'
gespeichert, wohlbekannt als dem Papierkorb von arXiv:math.

math.GM/0403169 "Countability of the Real Numbers"

Werter Professor, Sie müssen handwerklich genauer werden,
sonst laufen Sie Gefahr, dass eines Tages auch Ihren
mathematischen Beitràgen mit Misstrauen begegnet wird.

Gruss Peter

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