Vitali nonmeasurable  Alexander Abian  1/9/97 12:00 AM  Referring to the classical example of Vitali's Lebesgue nonmeasurable Please answer at your earliest convenience. Thank you.  
Vitali nonmeasurable  Robert Israel  1/9/97 12:00 AM 
Do you mean a set V that contains one representative of each coset x+Q where Q is What's a bit more challenging, I think, is to find a V whose outer measure is equal to 1. You can do it as follows: The family F of open subsets of [0,1] with measure < 1 has cardinality c. Robert Israel isr...@math.ubc.ca 
Vitali nonmeasurable  Alexander Abian  1/9/97 12:00 AM  measure of SOME such V is equal to 1 ? Please answer at your earliest convenience. Thank you.

Vitali nonmeasurable  Alexander Abian  1/10/97 12:00 AM 
[the word "SOME" is added by Abian (as explained by underlined sentence) >> measure of SOME (instead of mistakingly originally typed "any") such >> V is equal to 1 ? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Abian answers: Dear Mr. Israel, Probably you did not notice that very soon after my posting that you Isreal continues: >................you can always take these representatives to be in any
>The family F of open subsets of [0,1] with measure < 1 has cardinality c.Abian answers: Your answer seems correct. The reason for my posting the question was that I had to present an example Simon Stevin Math Journal, September 1976 (vol 2?) pp. 101102 Based on the above, I recently gave a construction of V with outer measure Moreover, based on a variant of the same result, I recently gave examples  