When you divide 100 by 3 on a calculator, it will say 33.3333333. However, If you multiply 33.3333333 times 100, you will get 99.9999999. I calculated that 33.33333334 times 3 equals 100 flat.
Then I go to Google and divide 100 by 3 again. Same results.
I then go to google and divide 100 by 33.3333333 and get 3!!! I then do 100 divided by 33.33333334 and got 3 as well.
What's interesting is that on both the calculador and Google say 33.3333333- Stopping at 7 threes in the decimals place. Why not 8, or 9? In fact 33.33 repeating would be 99.99 repeating. Why didn't it have a bar over the 3 then instead of stopping at 7 threes? Better yet, why not put 7 threes then a 4? That comes out to 100 flat.
Another interesting thing with the calculador is that when I times 33.33333334 by 3 I get 100, then divide it by 3 and it says 33.33333334!!! It's as if I the calculador realizes that i'm right, then corrects it's mistake.
Does anyone here know why it's like this?