1 DOES Equal .9 Repeating
Created on: November 1st, 2006
Maybe one does equal nine repeating!

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November 1st, 2006
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you win?
November 1st, 2006
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.9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999...'d
November 1st, 2006
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5 just for music....... oh yeah and nice ytmnd
November 1st, 2006
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^ lol
November 1st, 2006
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how long did it take you to figure this one out?? you get .99999999999999999999999999999999
November 1st, 2006
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Did you even look at it?
November 1st, 2006
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.999...
November 1st, 2006
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November 1st, 2006
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Did you even try it on a real calculator? 1 * (1/3) = .9. You f*cking fail. Get the f*cking hell off my Internets.
November 1st, 2006
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I lol'd more at renegade's comment than this site.
November 1st, 2006
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^he fails 1 *1/3 is .333333333333333 lol.
November 1st, 2006
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gir489 are you serious? 1/3 equals .3-, you halfwit.
November 1st, 2006
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Sorry gir... you fail... Either check your calculator or your typing, because 1 * 1/3 = 1/3
November 1st, 2006
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1/3 = .333 (Repeating) NOT .3. You are an idiot sir.
November 1st, 2006
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+5 for Zelda music, -1 for Majora's Mask.
November 1st, 2006
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That's assuming 1/3 = .3333etc.
November 1st, 2006
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like the music.
November 1st, 2006
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LOL
November 1st, 2006
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it depends on which universe you are in
November 1st, 2006
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Oh my God... THE MARK ABOVE .3 MEANS REPEATING!
November 1st, 2006
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The mark above .3 means repeating.. Some of you are hopeless. I hope that someday you find your way.
November 1st, 2006
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5'd for MMM.
November 1st, 2006
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.9 repeating equals .9 repeating. 1 equals 1. .9 repeating equals donkey. 1 equals flypaper. flypaper is not equal to donkey. Disprove that, bitch.
November 19th, 2006
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but 1/3 is not .3, and that's where you're wrong.
February 17th, 2007
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.999999 repeating does equal 1 since they are both the least upper bound for the open interval (0,1) and any bounded set in the real numbers has only one least upper bound.