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- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
- incommensurable quantities, numbers with decimals to an
- infinite number of places. Thus we must say: If we compare
- incommensurable numbers. Modern Astronomy is clear on this.
- our thoughts about the planetary system upon numbers which in
- process itself we arrive at incommensurable numbers.
- We have to let the number stand, — we come to a stop.
- incommensurable number I reach the point where I must say: I
- chose! Admittedly with incommensurable numbers [you] cannot do
- idea as to what numbers may yet be coming. It is important
- incommensurable numbers; the whole thing slips into
- the incommensurable numbers. In Astronomy on the one hand, we
- arithmetic we reach the incommensurable numbers, — that
- represented by a number that can be shown in its complete
- incommensurable number. Now let us ask: How do geometrical
- incommensurable number? Do we not in our study of the
- leave the region of commensurable numbers, it may well be
- are dealing, not indeed with incommensurable number
- the realm of real numbers: But it is merely an inductive law
- arithmetic of real numbers.
- real numbers.
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- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
- number of processes are comprised in these 25,920 years,
- numbers, if the numbers are the same the rhythms too are the
- same. You know that the number of breaths man takes —
- the minute. Reckon out the number of breaths in a 24-hour day
- and you get the same number as before — 25,920. Man
- relations between numbers than these that find expression in
- as they do to incommensurable numbers, impel us of their own
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
- let this be the animal form. If after going into an untold number
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
- planets are incommensurable numbers, — incommensurable
- time and it is possible to compare the number. Since the
- number of comets are recorded than otherwise. Even empirical
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
- another and always equal to a constant number. This curve is,
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
- infinite number of possibilities. I can-pass over quite
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
- gained some conception: Here are a number of cosmic bodies in
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
- we must put down a number, representing his daily movement
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
- of our system we come to incommensurable numbers. Arithmetic
- where incommensurable numbers enter in there is no palpable
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
- of the relation of positive and negative real numbers to
- imaginary numbers (I will not go into this question now),
- some interpretation of the so-called imaginary numbers must
- behavior towards a number of reagents. Even in the spectrum
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