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Archimedean point An Archimedean point is a hypothetical vantage point from which an observer can objectively ...
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Archimedean
Archimedean Archimedean means of or pertaining to or named ... Greek mathematician Archimedes. These are most commonly: Archimedean property Archimedean solid Archimedean point Archimedean tiling Archimedean spiral Archimedean ...
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Archimedean spiral (translated from Russian)
Archimedean spiral Archimedean spiral  flat the curve, the trajectory of the point M (cm fig. 1), which evenly dvizhetsya ... one and the same increase?. Equation of Archimedean spiral in to polar coordinate system it ... gt; where k  the displacement of the point M on the ray R, with ...
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NonArchimedean
NonArchimedean See: Archimedean property padic number This is a ... may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
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Talk:Archimedean property
Talk:Archimedean property Should it be "Archimedean" or "archimedean"? Note that archimedean field uses the downcase version. Oleg Alexandrov ... even mentioned, although it's a key point in the proof). How can anything ...
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Image:Archimedean spiral.png
Image:Archimedean spiral.png Image File history File links ... 360° turnings of one arm of an Archimedean spiral (higherresolution picture). Produced with the ... 0 setrgbcolor %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % PostScript program to display an Archimedean spiral by approximating % it with Bezier curves ... incrm 11.25 def % insert a curve point after this number of degrees /sweeps 3 ...
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Talk:Proof that 0.999... equals 1/Archive02
... see that I said this. Your third point is false and I pointed this out ... of other problems here, but my main point is that nonmathematicians will never understand ... nicely formalized as a proof using the Archimedean property of the reals: Assume 0.9999 ... 1). Since the real numbers possess the Archimedean property and thus possess no infinitesemals, 0 ... you are speaking about something else. The Archimedean property of the reals is, that ...
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Talk:Proof that 0.999... equals 1/Archive05
... systems. What this means is that the Archimedean property applies only to reals that can ... his argument by stating that because the Archimedean principle cannot be applied, x must be zero. However, I maintain that the Archimedean property can only be applied to finitely ... there would be no problem with the Archimedean property or any of its corollaries. 158 ... you accepted Planet Maths definition of the Archimedean property [2] (or was that another ...
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Talk:Proof that 0.999... equals 1/Arguments
... tell me what in your opinion a point is. Furthermore, your ignorance shows and if ... many points. Finally, according to Euclid, a point is that "which has no parts" (or ... definition above, I could also define a point as a zerodimensional affine space. I ... UTC) You fail to see what a point has to do with this fact? My ... to 1. Euclid did not define a point: "Simeon estin ou meros outhen" means ...
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Talk:Proof that 0.999... equals 1/Archive04
... other hand, you do have a good point that the topic is treated better here ... complete. Among other things, it fails to point out that the ztransform of a ... from cheek, you do make a valid point, linas, about fun diversions. The article mentions ... 2005 (UTC) No, he has a good point. There should be a section at the ... 2005 (UTC) He may have a good point, and we should be more precise ...
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