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Let N= {1,2,3,...}, that is, N is the set of natural numbers. Find a proper subset X of N such that there is not a onetoone correspondence between X and N. Find a proper subset Y of N such that there is a onetoone correspondence between Y and N.

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{50,500,5000,...}
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