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Measure: Sizing up the Continuum

For those not in the know, here’s what mathematicians mean by the word “measurable”: The problem of measure is to assign a size ≥ 0 to a subset of ℝ. In other words, to answer the question: How big is that? Like, how big … Continue reading

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