|Jun30-11, 04:51 PM||#35|
Are the number of operations countable or uncountable?
Man A: "Why did you put them in the same set?"
Man B: "Because they have the same property"
Man A: "What property is that?"
Man B: "The property of placing them in the same set"
This sounds like circular reasoning steve, set theory allows circular reasoning?
You already gave me a great answer with 'or equal to' so i still say you are brilliant.,let us not argue over semantics...Have a great day
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