How to prove the set of complex numbers is uncountable?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Let C be the set of all complex numbers,

So C={a+bi: a,b belongs to N; i=sqrt(-1)}

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set of all real numbers is uncountable

open intervals are uncountable

set of all irrational numbers is uncountable

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# Set Theory: Prove the set of complex numbers is uncountable

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