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Sierp'nski set; null sets; random forcing; rational perfect set forcing; Miller forcing
We study the problem in the title and show that it is equivalent to the fact that every set of reals is an increasing union of measurable sets. We also show the relationship of it with Sierpi'nski sets.
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