I have no clue what this means. But, how about the set of all transcendental numbers?shrumeo said:So the Real numbers, at least, are the ones you can count (tick, tick, tick - 1, 2, 3) and if the ticking doesn't end you have infinty?
I just can't think of a set of numbers that doesn't do this, even the Imaginary numbers, I suppose you can just tick tick tick the multiple of i (?)
This is how I’m going to interpret your question. I haven’t taken much more math than you, so I may be stating this badly (or wrong all together).shrumeo said:the original question asked "If I count on my fingers the amount of real numbes between 1 and 2 OR if I count on my fingers the amount of integers between 1 and infinity do I count different amounts?"
Let P be the set that contains all of the real numbers greater than 1 and less than 2.
Let Q be the set that contains all of the integers greater than 1.
Is either of these what you were trying to ask?
Are there more elements in P than Q?
Is there an operation that will, for every element in P generate a unique element in Q and generate all of the elements in Q?