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comment Is π normal in base π?
Good point. Also, kudos for reviving a question over two years old.
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comment Is it possible to write a number in a base of less than 1?
Aye, it was a non-integer base, I was wondering now such a thing might be represented, if it could be.
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comment Is it possible to write a number in a base of less than 1?
Thanks, I hadn't imagined a complex base, or a variable radix base. It's got awesome possibilities, few of which I am clever enough to figure out. I think I have a new "Maths Fad" for a few weeks. i really like the idea of a Taylor series-esk base for using in wave filtering.
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comment Is it possible to write a number in a base of less than 1?
@MarkBennet I hadn't considered that. I'm not sure what would happen at the moment.
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comment Is it possible to write a number in a base of less than 1?
@DrakeClarris Hi Drake, I did, I found a post already discussing that very idea.
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comment Is π normal in base π?
Thank for explaining it.
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comment Is π normal in base π?
Having reconsidered... I see the argument. I was on the wrong track. Thanks all for answering though.
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