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A set X is denumerable if there is a one-to-one correspondence between X and the set of natural numbers. It can be shown that the set of rational numbers is denumerable but that the set of real numbers is not. Some authors use ‘denumerable’ to mean countable.

Subjects: Mathematics.


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