• Unit 7: Sets, Part II

    In this unit, you will study cardinality. One startling realization is that not all infinite sets are the same size. In fact, there are many different size infinite sets. This can be made perfectly understandable to you at this stage of the course. In Unit 7, you learned about bijections from set  A to set  B . If two sets  A and  B have a bijection between them, they are said to be equinumerous. It turns out that the relation equinumerous is an equivalence relation on the collection of all subsets of the real numbers (in fact on any set of sets). The equivalence classes (the cells) of this relation are called cardinalities.

    Completing this unit should take you approximately 8 hours.

    • Unit 7 Assessment