Mathematics ends in contradiction-an integer=a non-integer

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Mathematics ends in contradiction-an integer=a non-integer

Postby bas on January 3rd, 2019, 6:22 pm 

Hi You might find this paper interesting and controversial . It proves
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1)Mathematics/science end in contradiction-an integer=a non-integer. When mathematics/science end in contradiction it is proven in logic that you can prove anything you want in mathematics ie you can prove Fermat's last theorem and you can disprove Fermat's last theorem
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Re: Mathematics ends in contradiction-an integer=a non-integ

Postby bas on January 4th, 2019, 7:54 pm 

The paper proves

1 is a finite number it stops
A finite decimal is one that stops, like 0.157
A non-finite decimal like 0.999... does not stop
when a finite number 1 = a non-finite number 0.999.. then maths ends in contradiction

another way

1 is an integer a whole number
0.888... is a non-integer it is not a whole number
0.999... is a non-integer not a whole number
when a integer 1 =a non-integer 0.999... maths ends in contradiction
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Re: Mathematics ends in contradiction-an integer=a non-integ

Postby phyti on January 8th, 2019, 2:46 pm 

U = .999...
1 is the limit of u. It's not an equality.
When and how would a 9 become a 0?
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Re: Mathematics ends in contradiction-an integer=a non-integ

Postby someguy1 on January 8th, 2019, 4:19 pm 

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