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# /sci/ - Science & Math

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0.999 ... 999 = 1
0.999 ... 998 ≠ 1

 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 09:06:55 2019 No.10408032 >>10408026If the sequence ends, it isn't equal to 1.
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 09:18:13 2019 No.10408053 >>104080260.999 ... 999 ≠ 10.999 ... = 1
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 09:21:08 2019 No.10408056 >>104080260.999 ... 999 = 0.9... = 10.999 ... 998 = 0.9... = 1
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 09:23:49 2019 No.10408060 >>10408056>0.999 ... 999 = 0.9...>0.999 ... 998 = 0.9... But that's wrong you fucking idiot.
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 09:28:03 2019 No.10408067 >>104080600.1 = 10^-10.01 = 10^-20.001 = 10^-3:0.0...1 = 10^-inf =0anything after '...' is zero
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 09:30:17 2019 No.10408071 >>10408067>anything after '...' is zeroThen why is there a 1 after the ...?
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 09:31:30 2019 No.10408076 >>10408071why not?
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 09:41:47 2019 No.10408092 >>10408076Because if you know how the sequence ends, it's not infinite.
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 10:20:56 2019 No.10408161 >>10408092we don't know, so what?1*10^-inf=02*10^-inf=03*10^-inf=04*10^-inf=05*10^-inf=06*10^-inf=07*10^-inf=08*10^-inf=09*10^-inf=00*10^-inf=0
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 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 14:22:40 2019 No.10408772 >>10408182>when you absolutely, positively have to convince every motherfucker in the roomHey, I only now got that reference after watching the filmFeels good
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 16:21:09 2019 No.10408989 >>10408182To understand what's happening to the numbers after the decimal when you multiply the number by 10, suppose it was 0.99 instead. x=0.9910x=9.9 <--- That's 9.90, not 9.99Even though both 9.999... and 0.999... stretch to infinity, the numbers after the decimal in 9.999... are still smaller because there are different orders of infinity.The irrational numbers between integers are a higher order of infinity than the integers themselves, for example.
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 16:44:34 2019 No.10409040 >>10408989>Even though both 9.999... and 0.999... stretch to infinity, the numbers after the decimal in 9.999... are still smaller because there are different orders of infinity.But that is wrong.
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 19:52:33 2019 No.10409395 >>10409040Nice explanation.
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 20:01:34 2019 No.10409408 >>10408182None of those are proofs retard.
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 21:44:18 2019 No.10409652 >>10409395I explained it earlier >>10408092
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 22:02:17 2019 No.10409691 >>10408989>suppose it was 0.99"let's pretend infinite is finite"retard
 >> Anonymous Fri Feb 22 22:40:52 2019 No.10409773 >>10409408They're all correct retard.
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