I read the theorm and the proofs, but what i am unclear about is when is it used or what statments are unprovable. as far as i know it doesnt apply to Euclidean geometry so what branchs of math does it apply. part of the reason i am asking is on another website i seen someone try to use this theorm to show that .99... does not equal 1 and math itself is very flawed , i felt that the theorm is being misused but i probaly shouldf learn more before i say anything(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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