Definición de continuum hypothesis en inglés:

continuum hypothesis

Silabificación: con·tin·u·um hy·poth·e·sis

sustantivo

Mathematics
The assertion that there is no transfinite cardinal between the cardinal of the set of positive integers and that of the set of real numbers.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In 1938, logician Kurt Godel proved that the continuum hypothesis is consistent with the standard axioms of set theory.
  • The main focus of the 1964 paper is the continuum hypothesis, an interesting case study for Godel's philosophical view.
  • In set theory he made important contributions to the axiom of choice and to the continuum hypothesis.

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