Joseph Louis Lagrange Quote

In general, nothing measurable can be measured except by fractions expressing the result of the measurement, unless the measure be contained an exact number of times in the thing to be measured.


Translated by Thomas J. McCormack, Lectures on Elementary Mathematics (2nd edition) (p. 2)

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In general, nothing measurable can be measured except by fractions expressing the result of the measurement, unless the measure be contained an exact ...

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In general, nothing measurable can be measured except by fractions expressing the result of the measurement, unless the measure be contained an exact ...