In article <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> On Saturday, 15 June 2013 22:34:09 UTC+2, Virgil wrote: > > > > In mathematics, line segment has endpoints and every ray has one endpoint.. > > No endpoint -> no sides and no rays > > In my triangle every side is finite. Therefore it has two endpoints. > > > > That's just the limit I talked about. > > > The above formula holds *for all n* But in WMytheology, there is always a > > last n in that "for all n". > > No. But every n is finite.
Every triangle must have 3 vertices and 3 sides.
The limit of WM's triangle has neither, so is not a triangle.
Note that just as the limit of a sequence of sets in which each is a proper superset of all its predecessors sets can not be a finite limit set, the limit of those finite triangles cannot be a finite triangle, or even a triangle, for that matter. --