```Date: Jan 29, 2013 7:25 AM
Author: mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de
Subject: Re: ZFC and God

On 29 Jan., 12:41, "Jesse F. Hughes" <je...@phiwumbda.org> wrote:> WM <mueck...@rz.fh-augsburg.de> writes:> >> AGH!  You just rejected my definition and said that a decimal is> >> terminating iff it is in the set of terminating decimals, and you> >> define that set with reference to the definition of terminating> >> decimal.>> >> Never mind.  The point remains.  The number 0.777... is not in T.>> > Then show it! Show a digit that lies beyond all digits of terminating> > decimals.>> That is unnecessary and irrelevant.Neither nor. Be so good and show it, if you know a way.> All I need to show is that, for> every function f:{1,...,k} -> {0,...,9},>>   0.777 != sum_i=1^k f(i)*1-^-i.>> I did that days ago.  You snipped it.It is unnecessary and irrelevant. But contrary to the question I putabove, I knew this "proof" already before you showed it. So do me afavour and show what is requred and not what is not asked for.>> > Or do you claim that it is impossible to distinguish terminating and> > non-terminating by digits? Or do you claim that it is impossible to> > work in the domain of terminating decimals?> > Why can't you support your claims?>> I believe that it is obvious to the casual observer who is failing to> support his claims.  We are going in circles here because you are> honestly too incompetent to understand how to apply a definition.You are wrong. I understand what you "proved" and I judge that it iscompletely irrelevant.>> There is no point in continuing this conversation.Of course you have to withdraw because you cannot show what isrequired, namely how a terminating decimal by replacing digits (not bydivision) can yield a non-terminating decimal>> It is literally a shame that such a stupid man is allowed to teach his> addled thoughts on mathematics.  Shame on you and shame on your> school.That is the natural reaction of persons like you.Again: You and every mathematician is challenged to prove that by thesimple operation of exchanging digits a set of terminating decimalscan yield a non-terminating decimal.Regards, WM
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