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Topic: How does infinitesimal exist?
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Taber McFarlin

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How does infinitesimal exist?
Posted: Mar 4, 2013 5:57 PM
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1 - 0.9 repeating is infinitesimal correct? However, if 0.9 repeating is equal to 1, which is proven, shouldn't it equal 0? I feel like these ideas conflict, how can this be?



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