Tag Archives: natural numbers

The Anti-Existence Theorem (Published)

An element of a set that possesses the property of anti-existence may be described by a negative integer.

Keywords: Annihilation, Anti-Existence, Coordinate System, Counting Function, Element, Intersection, Mirror Image, Partition, Set, Subtraction, Symmetry, Union., addition, natural numbers

Number Line Proposition: The Number Line is Countable (Published)

Where mathematics often views the number line as infinitely dense and uncountable, the proposition is offered that the number line, while infinite in extent, is countable.

Keywords: Euclid, Order, Zeno’s Paradox., density, enumerate, infinite, natural numbers, number line, precision, set theory.