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    Gödel's 2nd theorem ends in paradox

    Godel's 2nd theorem ends in paradox http://gamahucherpress.yellowgum.com/wp-content/uploads/GODEL5.pdf Godel's 2nd theorem is about "If an axiomatic system can be proven to be consistent and complete from within itself, then it is inconsistent.” But we have a paradox Gödel...
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    Axiomatic set theory ZFC is inconsistent thus mathematics ends in contradiction

    Axiomatic set theory ZFC is inconsistent, thus mathematics ends in contradiction: http://gamahucherpress.yellowgum.com/wp-content/uploads/MATHEMATICS.pdf Axiomatic set theory ZFC was in part developed to rid mathematics of its paradoxes, such as Russell's paradox. The axiom in ZFC developed...
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    Mathematics ends in contradiction - an integer = a non-integer

    Hi. You might find this paper interesting and controversial. It proves http://gamahucherpress.yellowgum.com/wp-content/uploads/All-things-are-possible.pdf 1) Mathematics/science end in contradiction - an integer = a non-integer. When mathematics/science end in contradiction, it is proven in...
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    Polynomial ends with 10

    Hello, I've been given interesting problem, which I can't find solution to. (Actually, I do know the solution, but I forgot how it was done, and can't get it now). Suppose we have this polynomial: (a+b)*(b+c)*(c+d)*(d+a) Now, one's supposed to find out if there are any natural numbers...
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    Maths dont know what a number is-maths ends in meaningless

    Mathematicians dont know what a number is-thus maths ends in meaninglessness all maths can say is a number is a number-thus the notion of a number is meaningless- as we dont know what a number is http://www.scribd.cc/doc/4021/Mathends- ... tradiction Mathematicians cannot define a number with...
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    Mathematics Ends in Meaninglessness ie self-contradiction

    This author claims to show Mathematics Ends in Meaninglessness ie self-contradiction for 4 reasons http://www.scribd.com/doc/40697621/Math ... tradiction 1 1=.99[bar] 2 1+1=1 3 axiom of separation is impredicative 4 formal mathematics ends in meaninglessness
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    # of k, s.t. k! ends in 99 zeros

    For how many positive integers k does the ordinary decimal representation of the integer k! end in exactly 99 zeros? I could check list of all factorials, find its equal to five, but I need another method.