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There are no axioms or postulates in Greek mathematics, only in mythmatics.
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Oct 7, 2017 12:01 PM




Re: There are no axioms or postulates in Greek mathematics, only in mythmatics.
Posted:
Oct 6, 2017 7:32 PM


Only in your little crank world, where pigs can fly, sqrt(2) does not exist, and white is black,
Generally it is allow to overload arity, so we have no probem with using () unary and () binary:
 (1) = 1 /* unary use of () */ 2  3 = 1 /* binary use of () */
Now the same of S, if the same arity is involved it should denote 100% exactly the same, so you cannot do the following is not simultaneous possible:
S = 0.3+0.03+...+ 3/10^n + ... /* S arity 0 */ S = 0.3+0.03+...+ 3/10^n /* S arity 0 */
But what is possible (sometimes, not always, for example in lambda calculus there is no arity):
S = 0.3+0.03+...+ 3/10^n + ... /* S arity 0 */
S(n) = 0.3+0.03+...+ 3/10^n /* S arity 1 */
So you then have:
S = lim n>oo S(n)
So maybe see a doctor bird brain John Gabriel, it seems youre brain is going down the rabit hole,
Here have a song that matches your brain:
Banana Song (I'm A Banana) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LH5ay10RTGY
Am Freitag, 6. Oktober 2017 23:57:16 UTC+2 schrieb John Gabriel: > For all intents and purposes, > > S = lim_{n > infinity} S(n) IS the same as S = lim_{n > infinity} S.



