## Does 0.9999(repeating) = 1?

Yes 705 54.95%
No 578 45.05%
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### Does 0.9999(repeating) = 1?

First Riot Post

puritee

Senior Member

Wow, I can't believe people are stupid enough to actually believe .99 would equal 1.

Darklightning

Senior Member

Puritee.... I don't think anyone here believes .99 = 1 it's when you have .99 (repeating) where the answers waiver

Kaolla

Senior Member

Quote:
Originally Posted by Aliath
Ok this has gone on too long. I am just trolling you guys. I figured you'd realize it by now, but you're taking it wayyyy too seriously already. Also, it is getting boring.
well at least you've admitted to trolling and harassing us, so you can get the forum ban you've been trying so hard to get

enjoy

Folly Inc

Senior Member

you know, I kinda feel like not participating in this topic anymore. I was learning a whole bunch of stuff, and it was cool. Then people just got too grumpy for me =/

Qutse

Senior Member

3*(1/3) = 1.

Pull a master yi and meditate.

Spirited Warrior

Member

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mèdusa
0.9999.... = X
10 X = 9.999....
10X - X = 9
9X = 9
9X / 9 = 1
So, X = 1

That's the standard proof anyway
hahaha lol (smarty-pants)

Worstcase

Senior Member

This thread now reminds me of /b/, which means we need a /b/ quality question.

50000000000000

Junior Member

womennsandwich

Senior Member

i just stumbled on like this page of the 10 greatest math theories of all time, and one of them was the law of 0.99999 continued does equal 1

which is true for mathematical theories, but not in science.

PeacÃ«

Senior Member

Quote:
Originally Posted by Worstcase
This thread now reminds me of /b/, which means we need a /b/ quality question.

I believe the Answer is A. Prior to the orange portal striking the pedestal, the blue portal must be moving down and the the left.This will allow for the cube to exit the portal. When the orange portal strikes the pedestal, it must stop, thus the blue portal stops, leaving the cube to fall down the slope.

This is the only way I can see resolving all paradoxes (assuming portals in separate but equal universes).

Much credit to Lõvë.