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#143 - 1/3 = .333333..... (1/3)*3 = (.3333333........)*3 3/3 …  [+] (3 new replies) 11/26/2012 on Facepalm +3
User avatar #251 - alleksi (11/26/2012) [-]
0.33333333 is just an approximation of 1/3. no matter how many three's you add after each other, it will never be completely accurate.

only way you can accurately mark 1/3 is by 1/3 shocking, i know

that is why you never calculate by using decimals, but instead with fractions, unless you really have to. only time you mark decimals in mathematics is if you have to approximate the final answer.

1/3=1/3
(1/3)*3=(1/3)*3
3/3=3/3
1=1
#222 - glewmeister (11/26/2012) [-]
An infinitely recurring decimal isn't completely accurate, it's just the best way we have of displaying the fraction in decimal notation, so 1/3 doesn't equal 3.33333... , it is just another way of implying the third.
#167 - ahj (11/26/2012) [-]
woo maths

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#73 - It has been proven that 1=.9999999... (infinitely repeating)  [+] (6 new replies) 11/26/2012 on Facepalm +12
User avatar #90 - purplegorrila (11/26/2012) [-]
You are a fucking idiot.
#143 - throctar (11/26/2012) [-]
1/3 = .333333.....
(1/3)*3 = (.3333333........)*3
3/3 = (.9999999999..........)
1 = .999999........
User avatar #251 - alleksi (11/26/2012) [-]
0.33333333 is just an approximation of 1/3. no matter how many three's you add after each other, it will never be completely accurate.

only way you can accurately mark 1/3 is by 1/3 shocking, i know

that is why you never calculate by using decimals, but instead with fractions, unless you really have to. only time you mark decimals in mathematics is if you have to approximate the final answer.

1/3=1/3
(1/3)*3=(1/3)*3
3/3=3/3
1=1
#222 - glewmeister (11/26/2012) [-]
An infinitely recurring decimal isn't completely accurate, it's just the best way we have of displaying the fraction in decimal notation, so 1/3 doesn't equal 3.33333... , it is just another way of implying the third.
#167 - ahj (11/26/2012) [-]
woo maths

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#88 - anonymous (11/26/2012) [-]
they aren't equal, they're just the same number. it's weird.

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