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    1. Show that if A and B are countable and disjoint, then A U B is countable.

    2. Show that any set, A, of cardinality c contains a subset, B, that is denumerable.

    3. Show that the irrational numbers have a cardinality c.

    4. Show that if A is equivalent to B and C is equivalent to D, then A x C is equivalent to B x D.

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