if you want to argue infinite repeating decimals, than yes, 0.9999... is approaching 1. It's limit as we approach an infinite number of decimal points would essentially make it equal to 1. But you cannot reach infinity so this is a moot point.
I have no idea where to start with parent's post, but I'll just deal with this.
The string of characters ".9999..." *means* the limit of (9/10 + 9/100 +
Also, I'd be curious to know what you think the result of (1 -
No, it's me being an offensive dick for the sake of it. I'd get lynched, and rightly so.
If being offensive (for whatever reason and to whomever) is part of what determines that which shouldn't be considered "free speech", then "free speech" isn't very valuable.
"Every day an important tech innovation is hindered from coming to market is another day we harm our planet and another day lost in creating businesses and jobs. Applications in this pilot program will see a significant savings in pendency, which will help bring innovations to market more quickly."
You seem to already have the negative caged-animal attitude that suing the shit out of everyone is your only option.
Considering this quote in the summary,
I'm open to suggestions.
I don't really think that's a very fair characterization.
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