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Keywords: Strong Chang's Conjecture, Tree property. Fact 1. Lemma 2. Definition 2. Main Theorem In this section we prove our main result.
Theorem 3. Definition 3. Proposition 3. Lemma 3.
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We need the following Claim: Claim 3. Claim 3. Some final remarks We mention some related previous results.
Corollary 4. Then we construct W by forcing over M to shoot a club C through the complement of A. Let M be obtained by forcing with P over V. This fact will be used in the proof of Claim 3 below. An argument similar to the one in Magidor  establishes that the combined poset P does not add reals and does not collapse cardinals.
It remains to show that the forcing preserves cardinals and reals. H is therefore an elementary sub- structure of V M satisfying conditions 1 and 2 of the claim. Equality 1 follows from the fact that R is normal and belongs to V, and equality 2 follows since the points in ran g are inaccessible and in fact measurable cardinals of V.
Let G be Q-generic over M. V and M have the same cardinals and the same reals. M and W therefore have the same cardinals and the same reals. W has a club disjoint from A. This completes the proof of Theorem 1. Proof Let W be the model given by Theorem 1. It follows that the iteration preserves reals and preserves cardinals. The following theo- rem shows that this consequence already requires precisely the large cardinal assumed in Theorem 5.
Otherwise stop the construction.
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This assumption always holds in our case, as K and W have the same cardinals. Assume for contradiction that the construction stops at a finite stage. This contradiction completes the proof. Gitik, M.
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