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Zero and the infinitesimal smallest sameness
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mitchr...@gmail.com
2020-11-24 19:37:21 UTC
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the infinitely small and zero are
equal but not absolute.
.999 repeating is different from
1 by the infinitesimal.
mitchr...@gmail.com
2020-11-24 22:53:11 UTC
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the infinitely small and zero are
equal but not absolute.
.999 repeating is different from
1 by the infinitesimal.
There is dark zero for dark first quantity.

Mitchell Raemsch
Sergio
2020-11-24 23:25:36 UTC
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the infinitely small and zero are
equal but not absolute.
You got Nothing!
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.999 repeating is different from
1 by the infinitesimal.
the infinitesimal = Zero
mitchr...@gmail.com
2020-11-25 01:53:54 UTC
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the infinitely small and zero are
equal but not absolute.
You got Nothing!
Then you cannot use the subtraction operation.
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.999 repeating is different from
1 by the infinitesimal.
the infinitesimal = Zero
No. They share a sameness instead.
Zero has no size...
followed by the next thing to it...

Mitchell Raemsch
zelos...@gmail.com
2020-11-25 06:33:06 UTC
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the infinitely small and zero are
equal but not absolute.
.999 repeating is different from
1 by the infinitesimal.
there are no infinitesimals in real numbers.

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