# Category:Universal Music France albums

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## Pages in category "Universal Music France albums"

The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

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1. Bretonne (album) – Bretonne is the fourth studio album by French singer Nolwenn Leroy, with arrangements by Jon Kelly. The album was released December 6,2010 and has a reissue with 7 additional tracks 28 November 2011 and it is a homage to her native Brittany. This is a dedicated to Breton and Celtic music which marked Nolwenn, mixing traditional songs. It includes traditional Breton tunes, more recent songs and an original song signed by the Breton singer Miossec, the album was a certified diamond disc in France, has sold more than one million copies. Nolwenn received in May 2012 a double diamond disc, after its successful release in Germany it was released internationally in July 2012. Its release in the United States was accompanied by a concert in New York City, January 8,2013

2. 2 (Florent Pagny album) – 2 is a 2001 album recorded by French singer Florent Pagny. It was his studio album and was released on December 17,2001. It achieved success in France and Belgium, where it hit #3 and it provided a sole single, Lair du temps, recorded with Cécilia Cara, which was #20 in France and #19 in Belgium

3. Histoires Naturelles (album) – Histoires Naturelles is Nolwenn Leroys second album. It was released on 5 December 2005 in France, most of the songs were written by the French singer Laurent Voulzy and Nolwenn Leroy herself. The title track was written in English by Yasmin Shah and Arnaud Rosenthal, london Fantasy was co-written by members of English down-tempo band Sundae Club. Leroy adapted all the English-language lyrics into French, the album reached #3 on the French charts soon after its release and has achieved platinum status. The first single from Histoires Naturelles, Nolwenn Ohwo. reached #1, the third single released was Mon Ange, it managed to peak at #14 on the French Download Singles Chart. Jaimais Tant LAimer was only a promotional single

4. Nolwenn (album) – Nolwenn is the self-titled debut album of the second season winner of Star Academy France, Nolwenn Leroy. It was released during March 2003 in France where it became Nolwenns first #1 album and it featured some of the top French songwriters such as Laurent Voulzy, Lara Fabian, Pascal Obispo, Daniel Lavoie and Lionel Florence. The second single, Une Femme Cachée, failed to match the success of Cassé, the third single, Suivre Une Etoile, was more successful and became a top 20 hit. The fourth and last extract from the album, Inévitablement, was #31, a week before its release, the album debuted at #31 on the French Albums Charts. The following week, it topped the chart, becoming Leroys first #1 album, the album was certified platinum with more than 300,000 copies sold in November 2003. As of 2006, Universal International claims that more than 600,000 albums have been sold

5. 0.999... – In mathematics, the repeating decimal 0. 999… denotes a real number that can be shown to be the number one. In other words, the symbols 0. 999… and 1 represent the same number, more generally, every nonzero terminating decimal has an equal twin representation with infinitely many trailing 9s. The terminating decimal representation is preferred, contributing to the misconception that it is the only representation. The same phenomenon occurs in all other bases or in any representation of the real numbers. The equality of 0. 999… and 1 is closely related to the absence of nonzero infinitesimals in the number system. Some alternative number systems, such as the hyperreals, do contain nonzero infinitesimals, the equality 0. 999… =1 has long been accepted by mathematicians and is part of general mathematical education. Nonetheless, some find it sufficiently counterintuitive that they question or reject it. Such skepticism is common enough that the difficulty of convincing them of the validity of this identity has been the subject of studies in mathematics education. Algebraic proofs showing that 0. 999… represents the number 1 use concepts such as fractions, long division, however, these proofs are not rigorous as they do not include a careful analytic definition of 0. 999…. One reason that infinite decimals are an extension of finite decimals is to represent fractions. Using long division, a division of integers like 1⁄9 becomes a recurring decimal,0. 111…. This decimal yields a quick proof for 0. 999… =1, If 0. 999… is to be consistent, it must equal 9⁄9 =1. 0.333 … =390.888 … =890.999 … =99 =1 When a number in decimal notation is multiplied by 10, the digits do not change but each digit moves one place to the left. Thus 10 ×0. 999… equals 9. 999…, which is 9 greater than the original number, in introductory arithmetic, such proofs help explain why 0. 999… =1 but 0. 333… <0.34. In introductory algebra, the proofs help explain why the method of converting between fractions and repeating decimals works. Once a representation scheme is defined, it can be used to justify the rules of decimal arithmetic used in the above proofs. Moreover, one can demonstrate that the decimals 0. 999… and 1. 000… both represent the same real number, it is built into the definition. Since the question of 0. 999… does not affect the development of mathematics