In order to walk a distance of 1 meter, we have to walk half a meter first. Similarly, we have to walk 1/4 meter before we can walk that half-meter. The same principle goes on forever. Hence we can never get started in walking a distance of 1 meter.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What is the problem with the following argument?

i know the conclusion must be wrong...but are there any problem in the premises?

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# Xeon's paradox

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