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It isn't 1. 1 is an integer where as that is a real number. Real numbers are as close as you can get to an integer without ever actually being one. Think of a line that comes infinately close to another, do they every touch? No.
it isnt 1, and its an irrational number i believe.
no matter what, your always going to be missing the smallest fraction to make it equal to 1. now if you round it to whatever, then of course, it will be equal to one, because in most cases, the small fraction that is missing is negligible.
Well, infinitely recurring values can't be the subject of normal mathematical procedures any more than infinity can.
LOL to my text under the Avatar, was that you komodo?
That's an automatically assigned title from 995 to 1,000. Sort of an easter egg I suppose because it's there for so short of a time. After you break 1,000, you should be able to change it yourself to whatever you want in the control panel.
And hoppy, we derived that 9x = 9 in the proof above. Go through it again, step by step. It's valid.