Consider the following fraction:
Punch this into a calculator and you'll get the following answer:
However, I disagree. I say the answer is most certainly "0.6"
I could be rounding (0.56 can round to 0.6), but I'm not.
I could be saying that "0.6" is a limit of some kind, like in 0.999999999... = 1, but, for the purposes of this puzzle at least, I'm not. I'm am asserting that this is true equivalence in the mathematical sense of the word, in the same way that 2 + 2 = 4.
How could this be?
All these numbers appear to be in base 10. But why be so closed minded?