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December 26th, 2014, 07:58 PM   #111
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Definily, throug away!
And then if the question is asked to you : How many numbers exist in mathematics ? What will you say ?
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December 26th, 2014, 08:14 PM   #112
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Should infinity be removed from mathematics?

If proof the end of russell paradox, we have admit a set selfcause, and this so can possible if exist a perfect set, this implicate a end of infinity, because noneset can be more big. Now, the problem is other, must be a form of perfection of numbers, do you understand, the numbers pass a not infinity, but must be a quantity what going a perfection.
how? I don't know.


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December 28th, 2014, 08:40 PM   #113
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As x gets larger and larger the limit I suggested gets closer and closer to 1. But it never quite gets there. So how do you know it's really 1?
(1) Let n = .999999...

Multiply each side of (1) by 10

(2) 10n - 9.999999...

(2) - (1)

(3) 9n = 9.000000...

Divide each side of (3) by 9

(4) n = 1

From (1) and (4)

(5) .999999... = 1
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