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Posted by Herb S. on November 29, 2001 05:06:14 UTC

On the continuum, there is no next number. If two numbers are not equal, you can always insert another number in between by taking the average.

The gneral concept of limits is usually taught in a pre-calculus course. However, to get a completely rigorous treatment, you need to wait till a post-calculus course, sometimes called advanced calculus.

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