> Euler in a moment of grand folly decided to define these as equal, that is, S = Lim S where S = 0.333... or S = 0.999... >
Wrong again, Troll Boy. Repeat your lies as often as you like, but as you yourself were recently forced to concede when confronted with the evidence, "Of course he [Euler] did not write 'Lim S'... He did not talk about S." (May 27, 2017)
> The limit in both cases is a well-formed number. > > The limit of the series represented by 0.333... is 1/3. >
So, they are equal.
> Euler's Blunder is about defining the series 0.333... = 1/3.
Nothing wrong with that, Troll Boy. They are interchangeable. No wonder you failed math.