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- Intervenants (cf. personnes)

- 1 ou n conseillers (directeur de collection,…)
- 1 ou n éditeurs (RET et REM)
- 1 ou n membres du comité de lecture

- 1 ou n rubriques ordonnées

n for indefinite number

Maybe "1 or more"

Maybe "1 or more"

1 or

the variable N is a used a lot in IT to determine relation link in DB and such (at least, it is used in the RUP/UML analyze method I studied )

1 to n never implies that n is infinite.

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No, indeed, but it can be.1 to n never implies that n is infinite.

I made mention of 'infinite' as the last possible natural number, not that the value of n must be infinite

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Thank you to all, I think the "any number" is best here.

There is no last natural number, infinitity is beyond the last...No, indeed, but it can be.

I made mention of 'infinite' as the last possible natural number, not that the value of n must be infinite

When one uses 1 to n we are busy with a different issue than 1 to infinity.

The first is

Good heavens! A math lesson on a Saturday morning. How about simply "1 or more"?

You never stop learning new things on this Forum. That's why I think it's great. One thing leads to another...... That's the beauty of it. I would even go as far as suggesting starting a special section for scientific and mathematical matters....Good heavens! A math lesson on a Saturday morning. How about simply "1 or more"?

Putting Maths aside, and going back to your question:

Yes, "