Does anyone understand why 1 is greater in value than 0.9…. ? ; the three dots represent the digit 9 repeating indefinitely. Take two numbers and expand them to a function: ⅓ to 3/9, 33/99, 333/999, 3…/9…; etc. ; and expand the 0.3… to 3/10, 33/100, 333/1000, 3…/10…; etc. A rational person recognizes the difference […]

- Tags 10.../10…; etc.; compared to 9/10, 100% 100%, 1000/1000, 3 times 3/10 will always be 9/10; never 10/10; therefore always a remainder. That remainder needs to be added to 0.3… repeating to equal ⅓. P, 3.../10…; etc. A rational person recognizes the difference between these numbers. Do the same for 1 and 0.9... : 1 to 10/10, 3.../9…; etc. ; and expand the 0.3... to 3/10, 33.99, 33/100, 333/1000, 333/999, 9.../10…; etc. ; Do you understand the difference between these numbers ? The series 9/10 + 9/100 + 9/1000 +.... ; evaluated: 9/10 + 9/100 =, 99/100, 999/1000, Does anyone understand why 1 is greater in value than 0.9…. ? ; the three dots represent the digit 9 repeating indefinitely. Take two number