This website is a repository for documents linked to Analysis using ultrasmall numbers: a mathematical theory developed by Prof. Karel Hrbacek, Dr. Olivier Lessmann and Dr. Richard O'Donovan and published under the title "Analysis with ultrasmall numbers" by CRC Press.
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The interval [0,1] contains infinitely
many real numbers so some of them must be really very close to
each other. So close that without a microscope they cannot be
distinguished from one another: their difference is not observable.
Why teach this way?
Why not use another theory containing infinitesimals?
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