I'm pretty sure he was involved with the liberation theology movements in Argentina before the previous pope clamped down on it (in his capacity as a cardinal)

no, there aren't enough integers to map onto the interval (0,1).

probably the most famous proof for this is Cantor's diagonalisation argument. though as it usually shows how the cardinality of the naturals is small than this interval, you'll also need to prove that the cardinality of the integers is the same as that of the naturals too (which is usually seen when you go about constructing the set of integers to begin with)

actually you can for each real number you can exhaustively map a uninque number from the interval (0,1) onto it. (there are many such examples, you can find one way by playing around with the function tanx)

this means these two sets are of the same size by the mathematical definition of cardinality :)

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