
Re: NonEuclidean Arithmetic
Posted:
Sep 13, 2012 11:07 AM


PT III says: >So what? You talk as if you have not heard of "without loss of generality"  look it up. It's standard in mathematics. (I used it a number of times when proving theorems during obtaining my math degree and when teaching geometry.)
Did you get through school by writing on tests about imaginary "processes" that produced answers in your imagination only?
Joe N
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