Why Does 0.999… Equal 1?!
Brett Berry

I discovered this fact when I was 11!

Right after my math teacher introduced to my class the concept of periodic decimals, I tought I would be remembered as the first boy in the history found out the smallest strictly positive number possible: 1–0.999999…

Well, I found out the smallest non-so-strictly positive number :(

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