John G. answered • 04/05/16

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Understanding math via the real world.

Is it ok to assume that the natural numbers are countably infinite? If so, you have a one to one relationship given by the equation 10^y = x, where y can be any natural number.

Basically since every value of y leads to exactly one value for x, and the y values are countably infinite, so are the x values.