# Real Numbers under Addition form Infinite Abelian Group

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## Theorem

Let $\R$ be the set of real numbers.

The structure $\struct {\R, +}$ is an infinite abelian group.

## Proof

From Real Numbers under Addition form Group, $\struct {\R, +}$ is a group.

Then:

and:

$\blacksquare$

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