1/10^ ∞ is not exactly equal to 0 its value is too small and greater than 0 so when i multiply it with 0 it should be 0 . And according to your 1st statement 1 is undefined

There are so many errors that you've made in the above note.

First error

The \(.33333....333\) you wrote implies that the \(3\)s will end since the last 3 isn't followed by \(...\) to imply that it repeats infinitely

Second error

This follows from your first and is very similar.Again.you're implying that the \(9\)s will end sometime,which they don't because the 9s repeat infinitely.(occurs in line 3)

Third error

This doesn't even make sense.If something equals something,subtracting them from each other will result in exactly \(0\).This follows from your other errors too.(occurs in line 4)

Fourth error

You can't put \(.000..1\) equal to \(\frac{1}{10^{\infty}}\) because you can't do arithmetic with infinity,it's a concept not a number.

Fifth error

Let's assume you used the correct way to express it which is \[\lim _{n \rightarrow \infty}{\frac{1}{10^{n}}}=0\],you can't multiply each side by \(10^n\) since it's in the limit,and it's not a constant.

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TopNewestFirst off, \(0 \times \infty\) isn't defined. For more info, refer to indeterminate forms.

Secondly, the last equation should be \[ \lim_{n \to \infty} \frac{1}{10^n} = 0 \]

Rather than \[ \frac{1}{10^{\infty}} = 0 \]

Also, note that \[ \lim_{n \to \infty} 0 \times 10^n = 0 \]

But, \[\lim_{n \to \infty} \frac{1}{10^n} = 0 \not \Rightarrow \lim_{n \to \infty} 0 \times 10^n = 1\]

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1/10^ ∞ is not exactly equal to 0 its value is too small and greater than 0 so when i multiply it with 0 it should be 0 . And according to your 1st statement 1 is undefined

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\(\dfrac{1}{10^{\infty}}\) isn't even a number!

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moreover the main problem is with 3rd step where i am getting 1 is exactly equal to 0.999999..9999

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There are so many errors that you've made in the above note.

First errorThe \(.33333....333\) you wrote implies that the \(3\)s will end since the last 3 isn't followed by \(...\) to imply that it repeats infinitely

Second errorThis follows from your first and is very similar.Again.you're implying that the \(9\)s will end sometime,which they don't because the 9s repeat infinitely.(occurs in line 3)

Third errorThis doesn't even make sense.If something equals something,subtracting them from each other will result in exactly \(0\).This follows from your other errors too.(occurs in line 4)

Fourth errorYou can't put \(.000..1\) equal to \(\frac{1}{10^{\infty}}\) because you can't do arithmetic with infinity,it's a concept not a number.

Fifth errorLet's assume you used the correct way to express it which is \[\lim _{n \rightarrow \infty}{\frac{1}{10^{n}}}=0\],you can't multiply each side by \(10^n\) since it's in the limit,and it's not a constant.

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in the 1st error you said , tell me how many no. of 3's are there in the middle then I agree that it will end and all the errors are similar

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\(0.999\ldots = 1\) exactly!

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You can't play with infinity digit number like that!

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why don't u just make wiki

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