Hi. I'm a freshman in High school, and my algebra teacher gave me a problem. She said that .9 repeating = 1 Now apart from all the ways this didn't make sense to me, I thought of a way that might make it not work. If you were to put something like .0 [infinity of 0's] 1, wouldn't that be able to be added to .9 repeating, making 1? Correct me if I am wrong here, please. Thanks,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Justin.

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# Question about infinity

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