Adding Infinite Numbers: A Probabilistic Approach to Mathematical Philosophy

Illustration by Veronika Vřešťálová

It’s really hard for someone who loves mathematics to get bored. That’s because mathematicians can play fun games when they get bored. For instance, they can play coin flipping with a quarter they take off from their pocket till they land heads and try to figure out how long it takes them to play the game. They can even improve the game and give themselves a…

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