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Topic: Why can I draw a triangle with two 90 degree angles and one 0 degree angle?
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Alexander Bogomolny

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Re: Why can I draw a triangle with two 90 degree angles and one 0 degree angle?
Posted: Jan 16, 2010 10:59 PM
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> So this is a little thought experiment I came up with after hearing that 0.99999999.... exactly equals 1. I have searched around the internets with no luck at finding this proof or theorem.

Strange. There is any number of proofs. See, for example,

http://www.cut-the-knot.org/arithmetic/999999.shtml

A. Bogomolny



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