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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Iron Addict, Oct 30, 2006.
Yah, that's what Calculus 2 for Engineers taught me. May be different in the other Calculus 2s.
no math people would mean no engineering people
How the fvck do you divide by thread?
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The answer is yes. For all practical purposes, it is equal to zero.
One over infinity doesn't make any sense, mathematically.
One over infinity only makes sense if
by one you actually meant Seven, and didnt finish the top correctly. 1 -> 7
and by over, you mean "on top of"
and by infinity, you mean "me", then in this context your statement might make sense.
.9999999repeating + 1/infinity = 1 right?
If you say that .99999repeating is 1, then how can you say that 1/infinity approaches 0 instead of saying that it IS 0?
I think someone else answered that question in discussing limits--so I'll not repeat it.
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