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Find a transfinite number that represents the cardinality of the open interval $(0, 1)$ in terms of $\aleph_0$. Justify your answer.

I think the answer is $2^{\aleph_0}$. I want to know how to prove it.

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Hint: Think about representing numbers in $(0,1)$ in binary.

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