By Stan Gibilisco

ISBN-10: 0071546170

ISBN-13: 9780071546171

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Then we’ll prove that this assumption cannot be true by “painting ourselves into a corner” where we end up with something ridiculous. Now that we have decided there is a largest prime, suppose we give it a name. How about p? Theoretically, we can list the entire set of prime numbers (call it P). It might take mountains of paper and centuries of time, but if there is a largest prime, we can eventually write all of the primes. , p} Suppose that we multiply all of these primes together. We get a composite number, because it is a product of primes.

Then go up three units Proceed forever! 3 {0, 1, -1, 2 , -2 } 2 {0, 1, -1} 1 {0} 0 Start here -1 {0, 1} -2 {0, 1, -1,2} -3 {0, 1, -1, 2 , - 2 , 3} Figure 3-5 Here’s a way to generate the set of integers with a scheme similar to the one we used to build up the set of natural numbers. 48 Natural Numbers and Integers to 2, down four units to −2, up five units to 3, down six units to −3, and so on. Keep hopping alternately up and down, making your hop one unit longer every time. In Fig. 3-5, the integers themselves are shown to the left side of the vertical line, and their equivalents, built up as sets of previously defined integers, are shown on the right side.

2-6? What set does the dark-shaded, irregular, four-sided figure marked Q represent? 4. If you consider all the possible intersections of two sets in Fig. 2-6, which of those intersection sets are empty? 5. Is the universal set a subset of itself? Is it a proper subset of itself? 6. Give an example of two sets, both with infinitely many elements, but such that one is a proper subset of the other. 34 The Language of Sets Universe B A P Q E D C Figure 2-6 Illustration for Probs. 3 and 4. 7. What is the intersection of these two sets?

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