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"There is always a degree of uncertainty - but in this case, the uncertainty reduces to ... very close in fact to ... well, whatever one minus one equals."

"Zero," burst out Sean helpfully.

"Oh, that's ridiculous," exploded Archimedes, with an unexpected degree of passion. "How can there be a zero? 'Nothing' can't be a 'something', that's what I always say. Zero doesn't count... will never add up to anything... It is just one of those mad Babylonian theoretical entities."

"Zero," burst out Sean helpfully.

"Oh, that's ridiculous," exploded Archimedes, with an unexpected degree of passion. "How can there be a zero? 'Nothing' can't be a 'something', that's what I always say. Zero doesn't count... will never add up to anything... It is just one of those mad Babylonian theoretical entities."

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A line, often vertical or horizontal, but not necessarily so, in a graph of a function or relation to which the function tends but never reaches.

A line, often vertical or horizontal, but not necessarily so, in a graph of a function or relation to which the function tends but never reaches.