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The Continuum Hypothesis

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We’ll explore a statement known as the Continuum Hypothesis, which states that there are no `sizes’ of sets between the natural numbers and the reals—or, more precisely, that every uncountable subset of the reals bijects with the reals.

This talk is part of the Trinity Mathematical Society series.

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