Mathematical paradoxes Category page 57pages on this wiki Edit Classic editor History Talk0 This is the category of Mathematical paradoxes. “The drinker paradox is a theorem of classical predicate logic that can be stated: there is... Drinker paradox “(a - b)(a+ b)= b (a - b) However, this results in dividing by, because The Equation 1 = 2 “"What the Tortoise Said to Achilles" is a brief dialogue by Lewis Carroll which playfully... What the tortoise said to achilles “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 “Henry E. Kyburg, Jr.'s Lottery Paradox (1961, p. 197) arises from considering a fair 1000 ticket... Lottery paradox 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