> > That is my impression of your reaction. But in oder to test it, here > > is the complete representation of the continued fraction C: > > > C = (((...((((((10^0)/10)+10^1)/10)+10^2)/10)+... )+10^n)/10)+... > > > Now take the reciproce and find 1/C = 0 or 1/C > 1? Which one is the > > correct value? > > Then C is NOT in the form of a continued fraction at all, at least not > of any standard type.
That is of no importance. C is a never ending, i.e. continued fraction. > > And WM has provided no reason to suspect that the process has any limit > at all-
1/C is a real number. The question remain: Which one is it? 0, according to mathematics, or >1 , according to set theory.