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Define an uncountable set
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An uncountable set is a set that has an infinite number of elements and cannot be counted. Examples of uncountable sets include the set of real numbers, the set of irrational numbers, and the set of all points on a line.
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An infinite set for which a bijection to the set of integers is impossible.
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