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Old 05-05-2006   #3
ANTHONY.R.BROWN
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LETS LOOK AT THE TWO ARGUMENTS!

Argument (A) Infinite 0.9 = 1

Argument (B) its impossible for Infinite 0.9 to ever Equal 1

NOW LETS GIVE A PROOF SCORE VALUE FOR THE ARGUMENTS PUT FORWARD SO FAR!
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Argument (A) Infinite 0.9 = 1 because it does?

Evidence put forward = 0.9999999999999........(no calculations ever shown by anyone! as to what happens next)......999999...(and then 1)?

Proof score value = 0
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Argument (B) Infinite 0.9 will never = 1 because its an Infinite number!

Evidence put forward = 1 - (Infinite 0.9 stage one) = 0.1 This difference in the value of Infinite 0.9 and 1 never goes away! no matter how long the Example! or the stage Infinite 0.9 is at!
So we start with a 100% proof calculation! showing the difference between the two numbers! and because we can always show this difference we end up with!

Proof score value = 99%

Everyone may now say why 99% and not 100% the reason for this is no one can prove the end of Infinity!
But that's not what I am trying to do! as long as I can prove Infinite 0.9 is 99% of the time smaller than 1 it is far more Evidence than Argument (A).

A.R.B