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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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drulludanni
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(04/03/2013) [] but there is one thing pi doesnt contain that is pi itself because that would make it repeat
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hkd
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(04/03/2013) [] Was the end of Pi not reached, at about 5 trillion digits?
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anonymoose
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(04/03/2013) [] There are a **** load of mathematical proofs proving pi to be irrational.
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felixjarl I love it when the boys speak mathematics to me.
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(04/03/2013) [] #159 to #147

crazyeyedbioll
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(04/03/2013) [] How about 2+2 you dirty multiplication equation
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soulkingbrook
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(04/03/2013) [] It is the quadratic FORMULA. But X= b + or  the square root of ( b^24ac) all over 2a
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hibyeman
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(04/03/2013) [] this would also be true for every irrational number. so the same information would be found in the square root of 2.
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corundum
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(04/03/2013) [] And so is the entirety of Shakespeare's works...
And a version of Hamlet where Hamlet's called "Buttcrunch Deluxe" throughout the whole thing.
And a version of Hamlet where Hamlet's called "Buttcrunch Deluxe" throughout the whole thing.
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parralax
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(04/03/2013) [] If it is a nonrepeating number, it's impossible to contain every number combination possible...
Infinite repeating 6's is impossible. **** you OP.
Infinite repeating 6's is impossible. **** you OP.
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MrMustacho
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(04/03/2013) [] you can have infinity within infinity
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zzforrest
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(04/02/2013) [] My favorite irrational number is 1 / infinity
It is basically 0.0000000........1
An infinite stretch of zeroes, ending in a one... And it does follow all the rules regarding irrational numbers
cannot be represented as a fraction with only real and rational numbers
non terminating
non repeating
It is basically 0.0000000........1
An infinite stretch of zeroes, ending in a one... And it does follow all the rules regarding irrational numbers
cannot be represented as a fraction with only real and rational numbers
non terminating
non repeating
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ipmules
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(04/03/2013) [] You saying that it ends in a one indicates that it terminates. Since any terminating decimal is rational, it can't be irrational, and that is something very easy to prove. Additionally, infinity is not a number. In more advanced maths, you can create "points at infinity," but because infinity is not a number but you're acting like it is, you have to specifically definite its arithmetic. In any case I've ever seen, division by infinity has been defined to be 0. Additionally, the definition of a rational is "a number that can be represented as the quotient of two integers with a nonzero divisor." You do have beasts like transfinite numbers, which are infinite, but aren't "infinity" and when working with transfinite numbers, the arithmetic and axioms are much much different than your runofthemill calculus arithmetic and axioms.
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anon id: ef16d766
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(04/02/2013) [] if Pi is an infinite number with every combination of numbers possible, does that mean at some point after it has made every combination in existence, it could repeat? (they do say every combination)