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bassam king karzeddin

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Re: A very simple question to secondary school students?
Posted: Nov 11, 2017 1:37 PM
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On Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 8:26:20 PM UTC+3, Zelos Malum wrote:
> >Since mathematics require both integers tending to infinity, where then this ratio becomes a ratio of two non-existing integers (since this is obviously impossible and forever and for sure), which implies strictly that our 10^{1/3} is purely a fiction and non-existing number, reminding also, it is impossible to construct it or describe its exact existence in geometry, hence a human brain fart number for sure
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> Not at all. Our ability for computers to store it does not make it fictional. We can make integers so large that we cannot store it in the universe, yet you don't say integers are fictional.


YES, moron, you must choose a rational number for expressing your real irrational algebraic number, nor can you prove its existence geometrically as any other real constructible number, nor there is any other choice, but a stupid would remain a stupid for not getting any hint to what I'm talking about, but a fictional character has nothing to lose by acting fool all the time along just to divert others from this so silly puzzle, sure

BKK


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