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What do you think ?

Quote from: Thebox on 02/11/2017 14:44:09What do you think ? No.. "What, do you think?"

Quote from: phyti on 02/11/2017 15:49:09Quote from: Thebox on 02/11/2017 14:44:09What do you think ? No.. "What, do you think?"Well I think if:X=1.6 x 10-35 m (the minus suppose to be in the high position but don't know how to do that ,Planck length)And it is expressed that X=Y=ZThen x³=x*y*z=1Of course a fractional 0, 3 dimensional volume.

The logic behind 0³ = 1 is missing

Quote from: Bored chemist on 02/11/2017 20:32:11The logic behind 0³ = 1 is missingBecause specifying 3 zero's is specifying a dimension bigger than 0. 0 is not equal to 000 , 000 is ''longer''

It might take up more space on the page but 0 is numerically the same as 000 or 0.00.

Now 1/2*1/2*4=1. Now if x=1/2, y=1/2 and z = 4 then that makes sense.

I am considering a 0 point adjoined to another 0 point

Quote from: Thebox on 03/11/2017 01:29:18I am considering a 0 point adjoined to another 0 point You may be considering it, but you sure aren't explaining it.

Quote from: The Spoon on 02/11/2017 21:49:26It might take up more space on the page but 0 is numerically the same as 000 or 0.00.Ok you sort of got it. You understand that 3*0 points takes up more space than a single 0 point. Therefore turning the single 0 into a 3 dimensional 0 that has a micro quantity of spacial volume. In simple terms I am describing a very very tiny dot.

Quote from: Thebox on 03/11/2017 01:25:47Quote from: The Spoon on 02/11/2017 21:49:26It might take up more space on the page but 0 is numerically the same as 000 or 0.00.Ok you sort of got it. You understand that 3*0 points takes up more space than a single 0 point. Therefore turning the single 0 into a 3 dimensional 0 that has a micro quantity of spacial volume. In simple terms I am describing a very very tiny dot. No, that is nonsense. What I said was that when you write out 000 it takes up more space than writing 0. It says nothing about describing space. 000 is the same as 0.

000 is not the same as 0, like you pointed out it uses more space up, it is bigger than 0.

Quote from: Thebox on 05/11/2017 10:39:01000 is not the same as 0, like you pointed out it uses more space up, it is bigger than 0. Are you deliberately missing the point?0 is the same as 0 even though one of them is bigger and takes up more space.It's the same with 0 and 000.

Contradictory. An amount of space is different to a 0 point.