Definition of denumerable in English:
denumerable
Line breaks: denumerablePronunciation: /dɪˈnjuːm(ə)rəb(ə)l
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adjective
Mathematics Able to be counted by a onetoone correspondence with the infinite set of integers.More example sentences
 The nondenumerable infinity of real numbers (and thus of points in space and of events in time) is much larger than the merely denumerable infinity of integers.
 The paper discusses denumerable sets, i.e. those which are in 11 correspondence with the natural numbers.
Derivatives

denumerability
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 At least five mathematicians tried to prove denumerability of the value set, to which the names of two of them are attached.
 I don't know how to approach it… but know that it is based on the concept of denumerability of real numbers.
 Combining with his proof of the denumerability of rational numbers, it proves the existence of irrational numbers without actually constructing any irrational number.

denumerably
adverb
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 The most famous was his diagonal argument which seems to show that there must be orders of infinity, and specifically that the nondenumerably infinite is distinct from the denumerably infinite.
 This amounts to saying the transfinite whole is not equal to the sum of its denumerably infinite parts.
 This way of reasoning is also present in finite and denumerably infinite collections.
Pronunciation: /ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
Origin
early 20th century: from late Latin denumerare 'count out' + able.