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Topic: Newton's Blonde moments with his fake "infinite series".
Replies: 3   Last Post: Nov 9, 2017 3:42 AM

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 Jan Burse Posts: 1,472 Registered: 4/12/05
Re: Newton's Blonde moments with his fake "infinite series".
Posted: Nov 8, 2017 8:19 PM

bird brain John Gabriel, stubborn (=super-idiot) as usual
and an inhibited spammer. There are never counter example
you moron, since we have:

a^n - b^n
--------- = d a^n/da for lim a->b and n<>1
a - b

(1/a)^n - (1/b)^n
----------------- = d (1/a)^n/da for lim a->b
a - b

The problem is that you need the following things which you deny:
- real numbers
- limit
- infinite series

You use an infinite series in your recent example
of e^(-1/x^2). Doesn't ring that a bell in your
little bird brain.

You cannot hide that YOU use infinite series,
by critizing other (like Newton) for
having finite series.

John Gabriel at age 50. schrieb:
> Blonde moments:
>
>
> Newtoni's fake infinite series:
>