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comment Can the natural numbers be uncountable?
Well, at least your proof is correct to show that $p$-adic integers are uncountable.
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answered Mathematical formula to generate a curved Chinese-style roof
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answered Prove if $a>0, b>0$, $P(X\cdot Y\le b)\ge P(X\le b/a)-P(Y>a)$, where $X,Y$ random variables?
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revised Rigorous proof of a simple fact dealing with event space in probability theory
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comment Getting exactly $n$ points from coin tossing
You can even generalize directly for a biased coin, and get, where $p$ is the probability of obtaining tail (of scoring two points), $P_n=\frac{1}{1+p}\left(1-(-p)^{n+1}\right)$.
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revised If $V_1=\ker(P)$, $V_2=\ker(I-P)$ and $V=V_1 \oplus V_2$ then prove $P^2=P$?
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comment If $V_1=\ker(P)$, $V_2=\ker(I-P)$ and $V=V_1 \oplus V_2$ then prove $P^2=P$?
@Gerry: Judging from the votes -- and the comments from the OP -- it seems you were right! I will try to be less elliptical in the future.