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Assume we have an interval of a line [ a, b].

Now, let us divide this interval in many ( infinite ) subintervals of finite size. ? What will be the size of these many intervals, equal or unequal, when the number of subintervals tends to infinite?. ¿there is any theorem to confirm possible answer?. Thank you.

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# Size of the division of a segment in infinite intervals

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