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Letmbe a natural number. Find the flaw in the statement below. Explain why the statement is not valid, and change one symbol to correct it.

"IfTis a set of natural numbers such that 1)m[tex]\in[/tex]Tand 2)n[tex]\in[/tex]Timpliesn+1 [tex]\in[/tex]T, thenT= {n [tex]\in[/tex]N: n ≥ m}

2. Relevant equations

Dunno.

3. The attempt at a solution

Part 2) of the if statement tells us thatTis an infinite set. I'm not sure exactly how 1) and 2) are connected. Hmmmm ...

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