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 Apr 28 awarded Commentator Apr 28 awarded Scholar Apr 28 comment Why can't you count up to aleph null? Ah, makes sense, thanks. Apr 28 accepted Why can't you count up to aleph null? Apr 28 comment Why can't you count up to aleph null? Thanks for answering my questions :) Apr 28 comment Why can't you count up to aleph null? So is ℵ0 a set or a cardinal number, or both? "the set ℵ0" or "ℵ0 is the cardinality of the natural numbers" Apr 28 awarded Custodian Apr 28 reviewed Approve Why can't you count up to aleph null? Apr 28 comment Why can't you count up to aleph null? @CameronWilliams Yes, but then what would be the last element of the set? Apr 28 awarded Student Apr 28 asked Why can't you count up to aleph null? Apr 24 awarded Supporter Jul 24 comment Help to Prove Convex Quadrilateral Problem Hmm extreme cases hold true, but how would we prove the cases in-between? Jan 3 comment A riddle for 2015 I do suppose order of operations makes a difference :) Jan 2 comment A riddle for 2015 -1+2 could be 1-2 Dec 2 comment Is there a shape with infinite area but finite perimeter? Infinite perimeter? i.stack.imgur.com/VVXlW.png Feb 19 awarded Citizen Patrol Jan 15 comment Splitting a sandwich and not feeling deceived @VividD Yes, I believe so. A cuts all pieces the same so that if he is pointed to last, he still gets 1/n of the cake. However, this still has the same flaw as the "You Cut I Choose" method, in which A cannot plan to receive more than 1/n of the cake, while the first person chosen is guaranteed more than 1/n (because no one can cut cake that evenly).