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The Frivolous Theorem states that almost all positive integers are very, very large.[1]

Formally, for all positive integers \(n\), if we randomly select a positive integer \(x\), the probability that \(x > n\) is 1.

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  1. Frivolous Theorem of Arithmetic. Wolfram MathWorld. Retrieved 2013-04-27.

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