I would like to use a word meaning that something (not food) is delicate.
More precisely, assume that there is one (mathematical) hypothesis R-H; it is not known if it is true or not.
We know that the cardinality of a set M of numbers is infinite if and only if hypothesis R-H is true.
I know it is possible to prove that some supersets of the set M is infinite, that is somehow in favor of hypothesis R-H.
Now if I want to say something about that hypothesis R-H, which one of the following is better? Or is there a better alternative still?
- We show the delicacy of the R-H in terms of some supersets of M.
- We show the fragility of the R-H with respect to the terms of some supersets of M.
- We show the subtlety of the R-H in terms of some supersets of M.