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*To*: jboske@yahoogroups.com*Subject*: Re: [jboske] pimu of real numbers?*From*: "Jorge Llambias" <jjllambias@hotmail.com>*Date*: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 18:22:44 +0000*Bcc*:

la nitcion cusku di'e

(1) A number can be singled out out of the mass of all numbers. It is a spisa.

Real numbers are not atomic: you can always divide them into x < n/2

and x >= n/2. They are therefore stuff.

So would you say that {pimu li bi cu du li vo}? Is that what you mean by fractioning reals? Can you also say that {re li vo cu du li bi}? No, that doesn't work because it would have to work for each of the {livo}'s individually. Maybe {piro loi re li vo cu du li bi}? "the whole of two 4's is 8"? Then {li pa joi li pa du li re}?

Numbers have the peculiarity that every possible bit of a number is a spisa.

3D objects have the peculiarity that every possible bit of a spisa

are non-spisa.

As in, pa lo namcu cu se pagbu re lo namcu But pa lo djacu na se pagbu re lo djacu

{pa lo namcu cu se pagbu re lo namcu} means "there is exactly one number which is part of exactly two numbers", clearly false. You are probably speaking of number-Kind.

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