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0.999... != 1 - Prove me wrong.
The difference between them is infintesimal, the conceptual "smallest possible VALUE", 0 doesnt have a Value btw

 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 08:18:05 2019 No.10416414 >>10416392What do you mean when you write 0.999...?Have you learned yet that 0.999... is the decimal expansion of the real number 1? If not, then what grade are you in? 5th?
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 08:38:53 2019 No.10416438 let x = 0.999...9x = 10x - x = 9.999... - 0.999... = 9 <=> x = 1
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 09:12:18 2019 No.10416502 File: 109 KB, 449x455, probably me.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report] >>10416414The idea is that 0.9... exists in the set of 0 not 1. I know that one cant >pinpoint< the difference between 0.9... and 1, so the idea is to create a conceptual infintesimal.>>10416438The problem is that 10x of a finite number results in a loss of 1 decimal place, and 9x is 8.9..1How can the irrational 10x0.9... retain infinite (or equal) decimal places to 1x0.9...
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 09:21:54 2019 No.10416513 >>10416502Reminder that infinitesmimals aren't numbers. Reminder that if the difference between two numbers is 0, they are are equal to each other. Reminder OP is a fag.
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 09:41:16 2019 No.10416540 >>10416502>results in a loss of 1 decimal place[citation needed]
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 09:44:22 2019 No.10416544 >>10416392>You don't have to tell me twice! But during the Stone Age, you'd tell a caveman more than twice.What he actual fuck did Christina mean by this
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 09:46:22 2019 No.10416547 0.9=1-0.10.99=1-0.010.999=1-0.0010.9999=1-0.00010.99999...=1-0.0000...=1
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 10:29:34 2019 No.10416611 >>10416544Caveman are dumb.
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 11:11:45 2019 No.10416712 >>10416392>Theorem: If x and y are real numbers with x < y, there exists a rational number r such that x < r < yFind me any r
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 11:11:49 2019 No.10416714 >>10416502You are confused. 0.999... is not an irrational number. 0.999... is the number 1. 1/3 = 0.333...Surely you don't believe 1/3 is an irrational number?
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 13:39:02 2019 No.10417115 File: 112 KB, 953x613, 1441397597965.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report] >>10416392didn't read lol
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 14:06:56 2019 No.10417172 >>10416502>The idea is that 0.9... exists in the set of 0 not 1.how> I know that one cant >pinpoint< the difference between 0.9... and 1, so the idea is to create a conceptual infintesimal.fucking>The problem is that 10x of a finite number results in a loss of 1 decimal placeretarded>How can the irrational 10x0.9..can> retain infinite (or equal) decimal places to 1x0.9...you be?
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 14:11:14 2019 No.10417185 >>10416392True story - Chrischan used to sit in the lobby of my college's library and loudly play video games while wearing his signature horizontally striped shirt and his homemade Sonichu pendant. He gave my girlfriend a letter that asked if she would be his girlfriend. She threw it out and I never forgave her for that.
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 15:12:11 2019 No.10417358 >>10416392Depends on the physical phenomena you are modelling.
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 19:59:45 2019 No.10418301 File: 43 KB, 530x378, brainletsbtfo.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
 >> Anonymous Mon Feb 25 20:02:48 2019 No.10418313 File: 73 KB, 500x667, caff0fcdf9db6f984b78c19dd48071d1.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report] >>10417185Damn, your dumb gf made Chris trans
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