## 8. Show that a countably infinite number of guests arriving at Hilbert’s fully occupied Grand Hotel can be given rooms without evicting any current guest

“HILBERT’S GRAND HOTEL: We now describe a paradox that shows that something impossible with finite sets may be possible with infinite sets. The famous mathematician David Hilbert invented the notion of the Grand Hotel, which has a countably infinite number of rooms, each occupied by a guest. When a new guest arrives at a hotel […]