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How Many Mathematics Are Out There?

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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on July 24, 2004 09:58:32 UTC

Our mathematics is based on axioms,but theoretically there could be virtually an infinite number of axioms that deal with numbers-e.g. a mathematical axioms.That means that there are an infinite number of mathematics,right?Then why should our universe be based upon just one of them???And more importantly and generally-why should there be just one mathematics used in practice-I mean in practice everywhere,not just in science???
Any opinions about that matter!!!?

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