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 Feb4 awarded Nice Answer Jul15 comment Why Limit of $0/x$ is $0$, if $x$ approaches $0$? Nice visual explanation Feb7 comment How to choose between an odd number of options with a fair coin Another alternative would be to flip the coin three times, once for each option. If the coin lands on heads, select that option for the next round, if it lands on tails, reject that option altogether. If all three land on tails, start that round over again. Continue until you have one option. Nov14 revised Why does $0,\bar{9}$ equal $1$? clarifying a bit Nov14 revised Why does $0,\bar{9}$ equal $1$? created a system of additions rather than a table of equalities Nov14 comment Why does $0,\bar{9}$ equal $1$? I suppose I should expand this out to a system of additions rather than these aligned equalities. Nov14 comment Why does $0,\bar{9}$ equal $1$? Yes, it is, I wrote that to help explain the concept. Nov14 answered Why does $0,\bar{9}$ equal $1$? Nov7 awarded Editor Nov7 revised Is math built on assumptions? Changed "being presumptuousness" to "presumptuousness" Nov7 awarded Teacher Nov7 suggested approved edit on Is math built on assumptions? Nov7 answered What are the most overpowered theorems in mathematics? Nov7 comment How to put 9 pigs into 4 pens so that there are an odd number of pigs in each pen? There is no stipulation that an odd integer must also be positive. Nov7 comment How to put 9 pigs into 4 pens so that there are an odd number of pigs in each pen? ^^^ thank you, poindexter. it was a joke. Oct15 awarded Supporter May20 awarded Analytical May20 awarded Informed May20 awarded Autobiographer