By Abraham A. Fraenkel
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We start with an assertion that is almost self-evident: THEOREM 5. A set which is equivalent t o a finite (infinite)set, is again finite (infinite). Proof. The proof based on definition \'I is left to the reader. We shall base our proof on definition V I I a,nd show that a set T which is equivalent t o a reflexive set X, is again reflexive. S being reflexive, a proper subset of it, S ' , exists such that X 8'. Since T - S , there exists a representation 9 between T and 8, to which we shall keep.
We saw that these sets differ from each other only with regard to the nature of their elements; their elements can be related to (attached t o ; paired with) each This condition is really superfluous. For those elements of A which l) are not sets, are automatically eliminated by the formation of the sum-set, since they do not contain any elements. Nevertheless, the condition may psychologically facilitate the understanding of the concept sum-set. z, I n the sequence mentioned in definition 111, the same set may, of course, appear several times.
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Abstract Set Theory by Abraham A. Fraenkel