Dense set in plane. Michael Spivak problem
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Here is the question and the answer(mine)
Construct a set A in [0,1]x[0,1] such that A contains at most one point on each horizontal and each vertical line but A is dense in [0,1]x[0,1].(please explain exactly as far as possible)
Here is a set with the desired property.
One idea is to take cartesian dense product QxQ and rotate it around origin with an angle with non rational tangent.
If two points has one common component, say
But if then contradiction square-root-2-irational
That is all.
This is one dense set with the desired property.Of course this set is dense in the hole . It is easy to consider only points in