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Does 0.999999... has a fractional form ??? If it has , will you show please.. :(( Coz I always get 1 in solving it .. But it isnt equal to 1 right ??

Coz I always get 1 in solving it .. But it isn

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It is equal to 1. Just like \(0.00000... = 0\). :)

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i just dont get it..

\(100N = 99.9999.... \implies 99N = 99.999999... - 0.999999.....\implies 99N = 99 \implies N=1\)

yes, the fractional form is 1/1.....

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Can you show me how did you get that 1/1.111111.. ?

Find any number between \( 0.99999....\) and \(1\). You can't! So they have to be equal!

ohh , so thats it.. hehe :D Thanks..

I hope this will help you out.

https://brilliant.org/discussions/thread/explain-why-0999-1/

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isequal to 1. Just like \(0.00000... = 0\). :)Log in to reply

i just dont get it..

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\(100N = 99.9999.... \implies 99N = 99.999999... - 0.999999.....\implies 99N = 99 \implies N=1\)

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yes, the fractional form is 1/1.....

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Thanks... :D

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Can you show me how did you get that 1/1.111111.. ?

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Find any number between \( 0.99999....\) and \(1\). You can't! So they have to be equal!

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ohh , so thats it.. hehe :D Thanks..

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I hope this will help you out.

https://brilliant.org/discussions/thread/explain-why-0999-1/

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