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... = infinitely many.

Fact A:

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Let n = 0.9999...

10n = 9.9999...

10n - n = 9.9999... - 0.9999...

9n = 9

n = 1 = 0.9999...

Fact B:

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not = ~

A nonempty R member(= set's content exists) never reach

0(={}= set's content does not exit) by definition, (0__A nonempty R member).

It means that 0.0000...001 ~= 0

0.0000...0009999... = 0.0000...001 (by fact A)

Therefore, there must be a quantum-leap path between any

nonempty R member to 0.

But then 0.9999... cannot exist.

Therefore, 1 = 0.999...999 + 0.000...001

Please tell me what do you think.

Thank you.

Yours,

Doron

Fact A:

-------

Let n = 0.9999...

10n = 9.9999...

10n - n = 9.9999... - 0.9999...

9n = 9

n = 1 = 0.9999...

Fact B:

-------

not = ~

A nonempty R member(= set's content exists) never reach

0(={}= set's content does not exit) by definition, (0__A nonempty R member).

It means that 0.0000...001 ~= 0

0.0000...0009999... = 0.0000...001 (by fact A)

Therefore, there must be a quantum-leap path between any

nonempty R member to 0.

But then 0.9999... cannot exist.

Therefore, 1 = 0.999...999 + 0.000...001

Please tell me what do you think.

Thank you.

Yours,

Doron

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