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Re: Matheology � 275
Posted:
Jun 4, 2013 11:01 AM


"Roland Franzius" <roland.franzius@uos.de> wrote in message news:kok1sq$q6m$1@newsserver.rrzn.unihannover.de... > Am 04.06.2013 07:06, schrieb AMiews: >> "Virgil" <virgil@ligriv.com> wrote in message >> news:virgil7EF741.13432231052013@BIGNEWS.USENETMONSTER.COM... >>> In article >>> <c6dcf9d40bc648fd8b83e2c3d240ce92@h5g2000vbg.googlegroups.com>, >>> WM <mueckenh@rz.fhaugsburg.de> wrote: >>> >>>> WMytheology § 275 >>>> >>>> The term actual infinite is not a term of set theory >>> >>> But the terms "actual infinity" and "actually infinite" are. >> >> which leaves the term "actually infinity" which is what you get with n / >> 0, >> where n is any number not equal to 0 > > To make an actual senseless deinitont, it is enough to equate 0/0 with the > term "actually infinity" where 0 is the actual nothing. >
so therefore it is a closed field, once you finally get to nothing you also have infinity after all.
1) 0/0 = n where n = any number except actually infinity,
multiply both sides by 0
2) you get 0 = n * 0
3) take eqn 1) above multiply both sides by 1/0 (is this actual infinity?) 1 / 0^2 = n/0 but 0^2 = 0, mulltiply through by (actually nothing) or 0
therefore 1 = n for any n except actually infinity
therefore we have proved all numbers are 1 except actually infinity.
>  > > Roland Franzius >



