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comment Dense Cantor set approximation
I meant $0.02020202...$ of course.
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comment Dense Cantor set approximation
Could you elaborate on your reasoning for $0.02020202$ not being in $L_k$ by definition of $L_k$ then?
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comment Dense Cantor set approximation
If I understand what you are saying then this is because we cannot perform a finite amount of translations in order to obtain an infinitely long number? Then I guess my limit definition is not equal to the natural number definition.
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revised Dense Cantor set approximation
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