Alright lets see how good you are. Are there more odd numbers or odd and even numbers ?

# Alright lets see how good you are

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in the poset of subsets of the naturals ordered by subsets, the odd numbers are strictly below the naturals

but the odd numbers are also equicardinal with the naturals

All odd numbers have a negative equivalent

Almost all even numbers have a negative equivalent

0 and -0 are the same thing

Because 0 has no proper negative equivalent, there is one fewer even number than odd

QED

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An unbounded quantity that is greater than every real number.

There are infinitely many odd numbers and infinitely many even numbers. Infinity isn't a number you can graph.

There are just as many even numbers as odd numbers.

Even numbers = 2x

Odd numbers = 2x+1

implying it is

Show me a graph of the "number infinity" on a number line. I'll wait.

Odd and even is clearly a larger infinity that just odd.

Try something harder next time.

No, they're not.

OP specified a series of odd numbers and a series of odd and even numbers.

A grade school student could tell you the series of odd and even numbers would be the larger infinite series. At any odd number in the first series, the second series would have nearly twice as many numbers at the same odd number.

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For the set of all odd numbers to be aleph-0 it must be paired with the set of all even numbers.

or paired with all the natural numbers

or anything fucking else the size of aleph-0

odd and even numbers

odd and even

trick question, no number is both odd and even

his question was :

let a represent odd numbers;

let b represent even numbers;

let c = a+b;

now his question was :

"Are there more odd numbers or odd and even numbers?"

is a>c

the awser is : yeah we have more odd and even numbers.

Depends on what mathematics you’re analyzing. Nicomachus classified numbers into three categories ‘even and odd’ ‘odd and even’ and ‘even and even’. It’s just based on the factors of the numbers involved to create that number. In truth, specifically, number types really are more complicated than people give them credit for and the two types ‘even’ and ‘odd’ is far too simplistic.