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1.Z÷(10^n)=?,Z-integers

2.write in abbreviated form (if the function can be final and natural)2+5=7 , 2+10=12 ,[...]

1.Z÷(10^n)=? a={0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9} , b={1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9} n=1 , Z÷10={...,(-2÷10),(-1÷10),(0÷10),(1÷10),(2÷10),...}={...,-0.2,-0.1,0,1,2,...}={Z,Z.b}

simple evidence that proves that the real and the rational numbers one and the same (every real number is the result of divisions of two integers)

n=1 , Z÷10={...,(-2÷10),(-1÷10),(0÷10),(1÷10),(2÷10),...}={...,-0.2,-0.1,0,1,2,...}={Z,Z.b}

I'm sorry, but you are going to have to make your stuff a lot clearer than "Presupposition-natural long merge points in the direction of the first natural along AB"

But, as noted above, you just redefined the rational numbers, and not all of the real numbers including the irrational numbers.

Quote from: Bored chemist on 21/01/2012 17:35:28I'm sorry, but you are going to have to make your stuff a lot clearer than "Presupposition-natural long merge points in the direction of the first natural along AB"If you read the elements of Euclid, they are just text, I have given the text and graphics, so if you know me then read on, this is the simplest that can explain

Bored chemist-CliffordKplease calculated Z÷(10^n)=? , and to finish the debate whether there are irrational numbers