Set Theory and Logic

   

The Set of Standard Numbers

Authors: Anders Lindman

The set of standard numbers D is constructed from an axiom of infinite fraction sum together with the power set of the set of all rational numbers in the form 2^-n. The power set contains all possible infinite binary sequences who represent the fraction part of the standard numbers together with the integers for the whole number part. The set of standard numbers includes the rational numbers and forms a field (D, +, *) similar to, yet distinct from the set of real numbers R.

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