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Posted by Paul R. Martin on December 23, 2001 05:52:28 UTC

Hi Herb,

If I am wrong about the axiom of choice I would loved to be corrected. My concept of it came from a math professor in lectures; I have never seen any written description of it in a textbook.

Tell me, what is your understanding of the axiom of choice?

>>>Set of integers being infinite does not require the axiom of choice

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