# 19 definitions by **YHHAWNFTPSHI**

Without question, or any sliver of doubt, the most underrated rock band of our lifetimes. One of the most incredibly talented bands, which unfortunately, are unheard of or unknown by many people. People instantly recognize songs such as "December" and "Shine," yet have never heard of Collective Soul.

Tracks produced by Collective Soul such as "Heavy," "She said," "Counting the Days," "Perfect Day" etc. are some of the greatest songs of our time, yet go unheard by virtually everyone.

by YHHAWNFTPSHI March 31, 2009

A number equal to 1 to anyone who understands math.

Topic should not even be a debate, however, it is understandibly quite hard to accept by some.

Topic should not even be a debate, however, it is understandibly quite hard to accept by some.

1.) All sequential repeating decimals can be expressed as the repeating series divided by a 9 per each digit.

For example, 3/7 = .428571~

Thus, 428571/999999 = .428571~

Therefore, 428571/999999 = 3/7

When we apply this rule to .9~:

9 is the repeating sequence. We put it over an identical number of 9's, which is one 9, thus giving us 9/9, which is 1.

2.) All rational numbers can be expressed as a/b with a and b as integers. .9~ is a rational number. Thusly, it can be expressed as a/b. 9.~'s a/b expression is 1/1. To all those who disagree, I challenge you to find another possible way that .9~ can be expressed as a/b.

3.) For any two numbers, there is an infinite number of other numbers that fit between them.

Example:

1.08, and 1.09.

1.081, 1.0801, 1.08001...

There are no numbers that can fit between .9~ and 1. thus, they must be equal.

Demonstrations:

1.)

Define x as .9~

x = .9~

10x = 9.9~

10x - x = 9

9x = 9

x = 1

Thus, .9~ = x = 1

2.)

1/3 = .3~

1/3 X 3 = 1

.3~ X 3 = .9~

If .3~ and 1/3 are equal, identical operations on them result in an equal product. Thus, .9~ = 1.

ARGUMENTS:

".9~ is not equal to 1, it gets closer to 1 with each 9 added but never reaches it"

Reply: .9~ is a number. This means it has value. The value of .9~ doesn't "get closer" to anything. It is a number, and has value.

"If .9~ equals 1, then doesn't 1.9~ equal 2, 2.9~ equal 3, 3.9~ = 4, and so forth?"

Reply: Yes.

"There is no point at which as certain number of 9's makes .9~ equal 1."

Reply:

Of course there isn't. If there were a point at which a certain number of nines "made" .9~ equal 1, then it would not be .9~ that equaled 1, just the decimal with enough nines to reach that point.

A "certain number of nines" directly contradicts the concept of an infinite string of nines. Approaching the question from this angle is entirely illogical.

For example, 3/7 = .428571~

Thus, 428571/999999 = .428571~

Therefore, 428571/999999 = 3/7

When we apply this rule to .9~:

9 is the repeating sequence. We put it over an identical number of 9's, which is one 9, thus giving us 9/9, which is 1.

2.) All rational numbers can be expressed as a/b with a and b as integers. .9~ is a rational number. Thusly, it can be expressed as a/b. 9.~'s a/b expression is 1/1. To all those who disagree, I challenge you to find another possible way that .9~ can be expressed as a/b.

3.) For any two numbers, there is an infinite number of other numbers that fit between them.

Example:

1.08, and 1.09.

1.081, 1.0801, 1.08001...

There are no numbers that can fit between .9~ and 1. thus, they must be equal.

Demonstrations:

1.)

Define x as .9~

x = .9~

10x = 9.9~

10x - x = 9

9x = 9

x = 1

Thus, .9~ = x = 1

2.)

1/3 = .3~

1/3 X 3 = 1

.3~ X 3 = .9~

If .3~ and 1/3 are equal, identical operations on them result in an equal product. Thus, .9~ = 1.

ARGUMENTS:

".9~ is not equal to 1, it gets closer to 1 with each 9 added but never reaches it"

Reply: .9~ is a number. This means it has value. The value of .9~ doesn't "get closer" to anything. It is a number, and has value.

"If .9~ equals 1, then doesn't 1.9~ equal 2, 2.9~ equal 3, 3.9~ = 4, and so forth?"

Reply: Yes.

"There is no point at which as certain number of 9's makes .9~ equal 1."

Reply:

Of course there isn't. If there were a point at which a certain number of nines "made" .9~ equal 1, then it would not be .9~ that equaled 1, just the decimal with enough nines to reach that point.

A "certain number of nines" directly contradicts the concept of an infinite string of nines. Approaching the question from this angle is entirely illogical.

by YHHAWNFTPSHI May 03, 2009

Someone (usually a member of BB.com) who goes to the gym to work out their abs. They work out not for gains in strength or performance, but for "the chicks." They never do integral powerlifting movements such as squats and deadlifts, and only bench press the night before they go to the club. Also see douche-bag.

That ab-fag just did 3 sets of abs and now he's going home to rub oil on his stomach. I wonder if any of his actual lifts have gone up in the last 6 years.

by YHHAWNFTPSHI October 04, 2010

"I'd like a large fry."

"Dasallfuhya?"

"And a vanilla ice cream cone."

"Dasallfuhya?"

"Yes ma'am."

"Yatotal fiyseveny"

"Dasallfuhya?"

"And a vanilla ice cream cone."

"Dasallfuhya?"

"Yes ma'am."

"Yatotal fiyseveny"

by YHHAWNFTPSHI October 14, 2011

Cliffs: mofo driving a veyron runs into a salt water lagoon and left it running. Joebucked the engine.

by YHHAWNFTPSHI November 12, 2009

1.) To spend your time at home watching TV when you should actually be getting an education.

2.) A method of systematically ruining one's social skills.

3.) When a parent clones their closeminded beliefs/morals into their child without allowing their child to be exposed to opposing viewpoints and opinions. Ususally results in their child growing up to be Kent Hovind.

2.) A method of systematically ruining one's social skills.

3.) When a parent clones their closeminded beliefs/morals into their child without allowing their child to be exposed to opposing viewpoints and opinions. Ususally results in their child growing up to be Kent Hovind.

by YHHAWNFTPSHI December 06, 2008

by YHHAWNFTPSHI May 09, 2009