In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com wrote:
> > According to mainstream math 0.999... is to be equal to 1, although i just > > proved it never will. > > You can not claim that a list generating nonzero terms to be equal to zero. > Thus the subtraction will never yield zero not ever after infinitly many > subtraction, whatever that is supposed to be in your fairynumber world.
In mathematics, 0.999... represents either an infinite sequence of values or the limit value of such a sequence.
In that latter case, the value is 1. So when speaking of "the value of 0.999...", one should be able to deduce that that limit value is what is meant.