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Welcome to the lower attic, where we store the comparatively smaller notions of infinity. Roughly speaking, this is the realm of all brands of countable ordinals and their friends.  
 
Welcome to the lower attic, where we store the comparatively smaller notions of infinity. Roughly speaking, this is the realm of all brands of countable ordinals and their friends.  
  
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* <math>\Gamma</math>
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* <math>\omega_1^{ck}</math>
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* <math>\epsilon_\alpha</math>
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* <math>\epsilon_1</math>
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* <math>\epsilon_0</math>
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* Ordinals below <math>\omega^\omega</math>
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* <math>\omega^3</math>
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* <math>\omega^2</math>
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* <math>\omega\cdot n+k</math>
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* <math>\omega\cdot2+1</math>
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* <math>\omega\cdot2</math>
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* <math>\omega+n</math>
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* <math>\omega+2</math>
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* <math>\omega+1</math>
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* <math>\omega</math>
 
* <math>\omega</math>

Revision as of 14:25, 16 December 2011

Welcome to the lower attic, where we store the comparatively smaller notions of infinity. Roughly speaking, this is the realm of all brands of countable ordinals and their friends.

  • \(\Gamma\)
  • \(\omega_1^{ck}\)
  • \(\epsilon_\alpha\)
  • \(\epsilon_1\)
  • \(\epsilon_0\)
  • Ordinals below \(\omega^\omega\)
  • \(\omega^3\)
  • \(\omega^2\)
  • \(\omega\cdot n+k\)
  • \(\omega\cdot2+1\)
  • \(\omega\cdot2\)
  • \(\omega+n\)
  • \(\omega+2\)
  • \(\omega+1\)
  • \(\omega\)