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 Oct19 comment Does $1.0000000000\cdots 1$ with an infinite number of $0$ in it exist? does your answer equate the number in the question with something like the hyperreals or surreals? Oct19 comment Does $1.0000000000\cdots 1$ with an infinite number of $0$ in it exist? @AsafKaragila en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperreal_number Oct18 comment Does $1.0000000000\cdots 1$ with an infinite number of $0$ in it exist? Is this a kind of "Surreal" or "Hyperreal" number? Oct12 comment Game Theory - First move vs second move advantage? In my limited understanding, white has a slight advantage in general, being the first player. Oct11 comment Game Theory - First move vs second move advantage? Oops! I should have asked for an example! Thank you very much! Jul13 comment What are the properties of the set of the Real Numbers without the Integers? Thank you very much! The article is just was we were looking for. Sep17 comment Fictional math proof = prime return function Thank you very much! Sep7 comment Fictional math proof = prime return function @Cass - I'm not a mathmetician, so I'm sure my description has all kinds of holes in it. I was hoping to use it as a plot point involving encryption. I don't want to make a really obvious and silly mistake Aug3 comment Finding Grandma's Car - a word problem wow! this is very interesting, i had no idea we were that deep! Thank you very much! Aug2 comment Finding Grandma's Car - a word problem yes, i agree that some retracing is necessary, and i want to minimize it as much as possible. Oct20 comment Does Pi contain all possible number combinations? @JimboJonny - I'm not a trained mathematician, so i am clearly wrong. Oct20 comment Does Pi contain all possible number combinations? i'm just a hobbyist, so i could be wrong. i always thought PI couldn't contain all possible strings because "all" contains the concept of arbitrarily long repeating strings, which is forbidden in a transcendental number.