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All accepted systems of numbers, integers, rational numbers, and real and
complex numbers have the above properties (see arithmetic; analysis: Real
analysis). If the system has the property that when a is different from zero there is
a number ...
The geometrical representation of real numbers (243) (244) (245) (246) (247) (
248) (249) (250) (251) (252). (234) (235) (236) (237) (238) (239) (240) (241) The
designations of the known 20 sporadic groups and their orders in factored form ...
Real numbers, including both rational and irrational numbers, are defined by
Cantor as infinite sequences, x = (xu x2, x3,. ... Real numbers. Equality is defined
by making x = y mean that (xn — yn) approaches zero as n increases indefinitely.
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