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02132009, 02:55 PM  #49  
 
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02142009, 12:10 AM  #50  
 
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02142009, 12:26 AM  #51  
 
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02162009, 10:55 AM  #52  
 
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Btw, I don't get the 2.9999999/3 thing :/  
03162009, 07:41 AM  #53  
 
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you know what even cooler than the 0.(9) = 1 thing, or that infinity/infinity can represent any number from 0 to infinity is e^(pi*i)  1 = 0 yeah we have 2 numbers that we pulled out of our a** (e and pi) and an imaginary frickin number (i sqrt(1) ) and 1 and 0 all rolled into one expression that will drive you nuts with you get into your 2nd year of math in college Although I will give ya, the e^pipi = 19.9991...is a a pretty awesome fluke  
03192009, 01:09 AM  #54  
 
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[/quote] n=.999... 10n=9.999... n n 9n=9 9n/9=9/9 n=9/9 n=1 [/quote] Nononononono! The error in this logic is that you are using n as BOTH a variable and a constant. When you subtracted n from 10n, you were treating n as a variable, while you were treating it as a constant when subtracting it from 9.999. If you were to use both as a constant, you the 10n  n would equal .001. ANOTHER logical error in a wikipedia example stating that .33333333... = 1/3, is that .333... does NOT equal 1/3. It's simply the closest you can get to expressing it in decimal form.[/quote] Could you please rephrase that? I already understood that 1/3 = 0.333...  
03192009, 02:07 AM  #55  
 
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03202009, 06:15 PM  #56  
 
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I can proof that a cat has nine tails:  no cat has eight tails  one cat has one tail more than no cat > it follows that one cat has eight plus one = nine tails ;D ;D ;D  
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