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>>9717687
It would look like something which doesn't exist, perhaps like [math]\sqrt{2}[/math]

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>>9620621
nt wildmerican

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>>9615784
Maybe there is no such distance.

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>>9446061
Finally someone who gets it

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I've seen some of his old lectures on abstract algebra, he had no problems with infinite products, infinite sets, writing [math]\mathbf{Z}[/math] which now he would say is invalid. What happened to him, how did he turn from normal maths professor to a crank?

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>>9278887
Yeah that will surely be helpful

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What did he mean by this?

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>>8796906
Convinces himself they don't exist

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I haven't met a math major who doesn't enjoy Numberphile.

Kill yourself, OP.

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>>8565774
>wildberger
>implying
nice meme

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hi guys what is 0/0
what is infinity - infinity
what is 1+1+1+1+1+1..?
whhy are imaginaru numbers a thing?
pic related my favourite scientist

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>>8462842
the only thing he proved is that he is a certified crank at this point.
I was still a bit in doubt about this guy. I mean constructivism sounds kind of cool and all. but he seems too far gone

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>>8448099
Can there, or does there, exist the perfect number 1, that we know of, or is number 1 a theoretical concept only?

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>>8173009
There is no solution.

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>>8165779
>""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""intuitive geometry""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""

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The length of the perimeter of a circle relies on the fantasy number "pi". Therefore it's perimeter does not truly exist and neither do circles.

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>>8128960
>200 hours in ms paint



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