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#### skatenerd

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- Oct 3, 2012

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I need to prove that \(S\) is non-empty.

Well I am kind of stuck here thinking that if you had \(x=y=0\) then \(k=0\) making \(k\) not defined in the natural numbers, therefore leaving \(S\) to be none other than the empty set.