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I´m currently reading Halmos - 'Naive Set Theory' on my own and try to solve the problems that the author has supplied by myself. When it comes to the chapter of Zorns Lemma I feel a bit confused and have not manage to solve the problem in the end of the chapter.. In other words to show that Zorns Lemma follows from the Axiom of Choice.

If anybody has solved it, please help me.

I do not have the book with me right now, but can qoute the whole question when I get back home. Thanks in advance!

/ Kontilera

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# Show that Zorns lemma follows from AC

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