At first, when I saw this, I was deeply shocked and lost the believe that math is absolute. Like the thinking that if Math can prove it, it must exist and if it can't, it doesn't exist.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So is 0.99999...=1 illogical?

also, is it fair to say that 1.00=1?

Sorry if this question is already posted or it's in the wrong forum.

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# Is 0.999 =1 an Error in Math?

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