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Topic: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral of y=1/x #13
Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS

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Karl-Olav Nyberg

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Re: 13.2 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral
of y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS

Posted: Jun 30, 2013 10:09 AM
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On Sunday, June 30, 2013 1:49:18 PM UTC+2, konyberg wrote:
> On Sunday, June 30, 2013 10:36:22 AM UTC+2, Archimedes Plutonium wrote:
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> > That sequence cannot get away with the last digit being either a 2, 4, 6 or 8, so Floor pi * 10^603 is not a member. So I wonder if Floor pi*10^600 as integer 31415..32 is a member?
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> And something confuses me: You claim that 10^603 is the limit, but you use 10^604 as the limit. pi*10^601 will give you
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HI AP

I am sorry, my critics about 10^603 and 10^604 is wrong.
However, I wonder. How can I even write the number 10^604 if 10^603 is infinite?

I can actually think of this number flashing trough my brain as a sleep. There is not enough years to do it in my and my ancestors life. That I agree on. The number (horisontal 8), I can not think of. I just don't know where it ends.

KON


Date Subject Author
6/29/13
Read Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral of y=1/x #13
Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
6/30/13
Read 13.1 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral of
y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
6/30/13
Read 13.2 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral of
y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
6/30/13
Read Re: 13.2 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral
of y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
Karl-Olav Nyberg
6/30/13
Read Re: 13.2 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral
of y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
Karl-Olav Nyberg
6/30/13
Read Re: 13.2 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral
of y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
6/30/13
Read Re: 13.2 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral
of y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
6/30/13
Read Re: 13.2 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral
of y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
Karl-Olav Nyberg
6/30/13
Read Re: 13.2 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral
of y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
Karl-Olav Nyberg
6/30/13
Read Re: 13.1 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral
of y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
Karl-Olav Nyberg
6/30/13
Read Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral of y=1/x
#13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
6/30/13
Read Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral of y=1/x
#13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
Karl-Olav Nyberg
6/30/13
Read #13.4 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral of
y=1/x #13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
7/1/13
Read #13.5 Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral of
y=1/x Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
7/1/13
Read #13.6 all functions are now continuous in New Math; Uni-textbook 6th
ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
7/1/13
Read #13.7 all functions are now continuous in New Math; Uni-textbook 6th
ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
7/1/13
Read #13.8 why infinity borderline must be a 1 with a lot of zeroes
following; Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
7/2/13
Read #13.9 comments on the direction of this text; Uni-textbook 6th
ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
7/2/13
Read #13.91 No curves in the Maxwell Equations, just tiny straightlines;
Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
6/30/13
Read Re: Number "e" and Straightlinecurves; derivative & integral of y=1/x
#13 Uni-textbook 6th ed.:TRUE CALCULUS
Karl-Olav Nyberg

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