Cantor carried the concept of the ‘countable infinity’, which he termed **א _{0} **(Aleph – nought) to the ‘indenumerable infinity’ which he named

- e.g. What do we make of the statement :
__There are as many even (or odd) numbers as there are natural numbers ?__There are infinitely many of each sort and at first it seems that the even(or odd) numbers appear alternatively and therefore should be less than the natural numbers…but it is not so…for we can match them as follows :

We see the one-to-one correspondence between the two sets and we conclude that since every number has its match – both the sets approach the same degree of infinity – in this case **א _{0}.**

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