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# Suppose that a countably infinite number of buses, each

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Problem 9E

Suppose that a countably infinite number of buses, each containing a countably infinite number of guests, arrive at Hilbert’s fully occupied Grand Hotel. Show that all the arriving guests can be accommodated without evicting any current guest.

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Solution:Step 1:We need to show that all the arriving guests can be accommodated without evicting any current guest.

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