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It is a very bad idea and nothing less than stupid to define 1/3 = 0.333... (5/28/2017)

Markus Klyver

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Re: Lebug (Lebesgue)  A very special kind of moron.

bursejan@gmail.com

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No Odd Perfect, other than 1, proof sentence: perfect number k = m/k + p/k = (m+p)/k = 1, when k is odd, the factors, all lumped into m, forces p to be even impossible construction

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proof of No Odd Perfect, other than 1, in a sentence perfect number k = m/k + p/k = (m+p)/k = 1, when k is odd, the factors placed into m leave p to be even impossible

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Re: Question on sin(x)/x and its power series

Jussi Piitulainen

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Re: cannot make No Odd Perfect, except 1 in one sentence proof, but pretty close Re: Using Conservation Proof Principle of Math to prove 1 is the only Odd Perfect Number

Guest

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Question on sin(x)/x and its power series

F. Russell

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Using Conservation Proof Principle of Math to prove 1 is the only Odd Perfect Number

plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com

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sqr(1  x)

William Elliot

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Probability density function Question

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sqrt2 and 2 equally mysterious, or not mysterious at all, and proof that 1 = 0.999...

Franz Gnaedinger

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Re: Lebug (Lebesgue)  A very special kind of moron.

bursejan@gmail.com

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Re: Not even the gods can measure the incommensurable magnitudes such as pi or sqrt(2).

Markus Klyver

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proof involving abundant and deficient and a convergence Re: proof is back on the front burner stove

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