On 31 Jan., 10:53, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote:
> > > > No. I know, it is very unfamiliar, but it is fact: "0.111..." is not a > > > > decimal expansion. For instance, because decimal expansions by > > > > definition have only one point. 0.111... > > > > Finite and infinite decimals have only one decimal point, but the > > > ellipsis "..." is not a decimal point, > > > I did not say "decimal point" but only "point". > > Even so, the ellipsis '?' is not a point, but an abbreviation for "and > so on". > I se one and three points on my screen. And that is more than one. > > > > > but is a standard abbreviation > > > for either "and so on until" if followed by an end value or "and so on > > > without end" if not followed by an end value. > > > Please write this decimal expansions without an abbreviation. The > > present form only shows potential infinity, namely for "every" n d_n = > > 1. > > Seems actual enough to me.
For you, yes that may be. But what seems actual enough for you, need not seem actual enough in mathematics.