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So, say we are working with non-CH mathematics. This means, AFAIK, that there is at least one set S $S$ in our non-CH mathematics, whose cardinality is intermediate between |N| $|\mathbb{N}|$ (card. of naturals) and |R|=2^N , $|\mathbb{R}|=2^\mathbb{N}$, the continuum.

Question: what kind of objects would we find in this set S?$S$?

Also: is this mathematics radically different from the one where CH holds?

Specifically, are there results that are used in everyday math , at a relatively introductory level, which do not hold on our non-CH math.?. What results that we find in everyday math would not hold in our new math? Would there, e.g., still exist non-measurable sets? Maybe more specifically: what results depend on the CH?

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# Non-ContinuumInsettheorieswhereContinuum Hypothesis .Whatisfalse,what are the new sets.sets?

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