I've been debating whether 0.9[R] does in fact equal 1. I've seen a lot of mathematicians saying it does and I believe that it is true that 0.9[R]=1, however it doesn't seem logical, as in, from my very low level of math I can seemingly find a way to disprove it. That would be this: If 0.9 [R]=1 then that means it eventually converges to 1. 0.3[R] would eventually converge to a number. If 0.3 converges to a number it would be larger than 0.3 and then that would mean it is not equal to 1/3. 3 times that would be larger than 1. Also, 0.9[R]=1.0. That's an equivalent decimal. If you try to write an equivalent number of 0.3 [R] the only response I've seen is 1/3, which isn't a decimal, and I can't think of any other way to write 0.3[R] as an equivalent decimal. I believe 0.9 [R] = 1 however I see problems in the logic. Could someone please help me understand this?