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A Constant's Percent Of The Total Varies As (x) Varies

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Posted by Mike Pearson on December 11, 2001 23:05:03 UTC

Regarding the silly controversy about
whether "0.999..." = "1.0 ... "
"0.999 . . ." refers to percent of "1.000 . . ."
the constant's percent of the total value
varies as (x) varies) whenever numbers are used in a physical problem
there are no functional infinite values that I know in physical problems

Therefore I guess the whole question was irrelevant to the topic of God and _Physical Science but
interesting anyway.

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