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Re: The quantity Continuum...
Posted: Oct 6, 2017 1:24 AM
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Den fredag 6 oktober 2017 kl. 02:45:18 UTC+2 skrev
> Zero. The name for no quantity.
> The infinitely small first quantity or one divided by infinity
> with "a size of infinity of the infinitely small" reaches .999 repeating
> and then absolute next quantity is 1 the First finite integer.
> Each integer repeats the same Quantity Continuum in between the
> infinitely small and the 1.
> Mitchell Raemsch

please go and read some mathematical books already. You cannot even get infinitesimals right and 0.9999...=1, exactly, nothing needs to be added.

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