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comment Can there be only one (uncountable transitive model of ZFC)?
Why does knowing that $M$ has size at least $\aleph_1$ imply that $M$ has all countable ordinals?
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comment Continuity on a measure one set versus measure one set of points of continuity
Thanks. However we are not assuming that Y is the real numbers and so there is not necessarily a natural ordering. Also, even when Y is the real numbers I believe that for many points not in the measure one set the limit will not exists (i.e. will be $\infty$)
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