Mathematical paradoxes Category page 57pages on this wiki Edit Classic editor History Talk0 This is the category of Mathematical paradoxes. “(a - b)(a+ b)= b (a - b) However, this results in dividing by, because The Equation 1 = 2 “Henry E. Kyburg, Jr.'s Lottery Paradox (1961, p. 197) arises from considering a fair 1000 ticket... Lottery paradox “Sets are at the foundation of modern mathematics. However, many problems arise with the... Set Theory “This isn't precisely a paradox. But the result comes from deriving a contradiction. This is an... The Diagonalization Proof “Infinity is the creator of great paradoxes. Infinity is a concept of convenience. It indicates... Infinity “The drinker paradox is a theorem of classical predicate logic that can be stated: there is... Drinker paradox “"What the Tortoise Said to Achilles" is a brief dialogue by Lewis Carroll which playfully... What the tortoise said to achilles Pages in category "Mathematical paradoxes" The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. D Drinker paradoxI InfinityL Lottery paradox S Set TheoryT The Diagonalization Proof The Equation 1 = 2 W What the tortoise said to achilles Categories: Add category Cancel Save