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Cantor's Diagonal Process

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I am trying to use Cantor's diagonal process to prove that there are uncountably many functions from N into the set {e, pi}.

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Cantor's diagonal process is used to prove that there are uncountably many functions from N into the set {e, pi}.

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Here is a simple proof.
We know the Cantor set C is uncountable. For any a in C, a can be expressed in decimals in a binary system. So the decimals is ...

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