Cardinality of the set of decimal numbers

Cardinalities of the set of decimal numbers and ℝ are discussed using denominator lines and rational plane. On the rational plane, a vertical line is referred by its abscissa M. Because the points of a vertical line represent the quotients i/M which have the same denominator M, the vertical line at abscissa M is called denominator line of M.

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Prime numbers and irrational numbers  

The relation between prime numbers and irrational numbers are discussed using prime line and pre-irrationality. A rational number is the quotient of 2 whole numbers i and j, coordinates of a points (j, i) in the plane of 2 dimensional natural numbers shown in Figure 1. Each points (j, i) represents a rational number whose value is i/j that equals the slope of the straight line connecting the point (j,i) to the origin (0,0).

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On Cantor’s first proof of uncountability

Discussion about Cantor’s first proof using the next-interval-function, potential and actual infinity. Cantor’s first proof of the uncountability of real numbers is the first rigorous demonstration of the notion of uncountability. Countable sets can be put into a list indexed with natural numbers. If a set cannot be listed, then, it has more members than the set of natural numbers and is uncountable. Cantor’s first proof is a proof by contradiction. First, he supposes that all real numbers are listed in any order by the list X=(x1, x2, x3 …). Then, a real number out of this list is found by using a series of intervals, contradicting that X lists all real numbers.

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On the uncountability of the power set of ℕ

This article discusses the uncountability of the power set of ℕ proven by using the out-indexes subset contradiction. Cantor’s theorem proves that the power set of ℕ is uncountable. This is a proof by contradiction. Suppose that the power set of ℕ is countable. This allows us to put all subsets of ℕ in a list. The contradiction will come from the indexes.

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Hidden assumption of the diagonal argument

This article uncovers a hidden assumption that the diagonal argument needs, then, explains its implications in matter of infinity. The use of the diagonal digits imposes a condition unnoticed until now. If this assumption were found false, the conclusion of the diagonal argument should be rewritten.

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Which infinity for irrational numbers?

The value of a decimal number depends on the number of its digits. For irrational numbers that have infinity of digits, their values seem to be definitive. However, the meaning of infinity is ambiguous because there exist several kinds of infinities. If the infinity used to define the number of digits is not clear, the values of irrational numbers will not be well defined. This is why we have to answer the question of the title.

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Continuous set and continuum hypothesis

This article explains why the cardinality of a set must be either Aleph0 or |ℝ|.

1. Rational numbers are discrete
2. Real numbers are continuous
3. Collectively exhaustive and mutually exclusive events
4. Continuum hypothesis
5. Cardinality of discontinuous subsets of real numbers

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Cardinality of the set of binary-expressed real numbers

This article gives the cardinal number of the set of all binary numbers by counting its elements, analyses the consequences of the found value and discusses Cantor’s diagonal argument, power set and the continuum hypothesis.
1. Counting the fractional binary numbers
2. Fractional binary numbers on the real line
3. Countability of BF
4. Set of all binary numbers, B
5. On Cantor’s diagonal argument
6. On Cantor’s theorem
7. On infinite digital expansion of irrational number
8. On the continuum hypothesis

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A 1.95 m long solenoid exerting Aharonov–Bohm force on a coil

This experiment shows the magnetic force on a coil exerted by the magnetic field of a long solenoid (1.95 m, 6.4 foot) that should be zero.

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Disc magnet parallel action experiment

The magnetic field of the earth can rotate a flat coil in its plane. This is explained in Earth’s magnetic field and parallel action. Will a disc magnet rotate a flat coil the same way? The magnetic field of a disc magnet is central symmetric and the field lines are contained in median planes (See Figure 1). If a flat coil is coplanar with a median plane, the Lorentz forces on the currents will be perpendicular to the plane of the coil. So, Lorentz force could not rotate the flat coil in its plane. But in my experiment the coil rotates.

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