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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #237 - THEEGAME
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(04/07/2013) [-]
what they dont tell you is that pi may have these correct answers, but they will be covered in a infinite number of mistakes or lies. think of endless copies of romeo and juliet, but only one will be exactly as shakespear wrote it.
#231 - anon id: 143bbb9f
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Same thing with many other values, such as root of 2,3,5,6,7,8... (basically any number that cannot be rooted)
#229 - anon id: 1ab697f8
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(04/03/2013) [-]
Yeah except it will also contain retarded and meaningless **** because of its randomness
Also this so called 'property' is true for ANY imaginary number. Others like Eulers number and **** like 2^(0.5) will also have this so-called "property".
User avatar #226 - mechanichore
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This is the same for an infinite number of irrational numbers-Pi just happens to be an easily understood example.
#216 - sardukai
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#183 - anon id: 521aff10
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I prefer Tau.
#160 - MrMustacho
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User avatar #148 - didactus
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Same goes for Eulers number.
#136 - uhhyeahfmebaby
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(04/03/2013) [-]
ITS THE CIIIIRCLE OF PIIIIIIII
#112 - anon id: be1578d5
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The circle of life.
#105 - verycoolcat
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PIE IS EXACTLY THREE!
PIE IS EXACTLY THREE!
User avatar #95 - mastercolossus
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theoretically*
#83 - pineapplepeople
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This means there is a point where pi begins to show every decimal of e in order, and there is a point in e where every digit of pi is shown in order.
#82 - benegative
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So? A monkey with a typewriter will eventually write hamlet. These discussions of infinity are dubious at best.
#73 - anon id: a040937d
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This **** again?
No. Implying that a nonrepeating sucession of numbers contains every posible combination of numbers is the same as implying that there is only one kind of infinite.
This is falacious. We've alredy been through this, morons.
Only someone with very little mathematical knowledge can make these kind of assumptions, and even go around showing his own ignorance.
User avatar #89 to #73 - ronyx
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Listen to anon, he knows his ****.
#63 - jwalton
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Wouldn't this be false? Infinite does not mean every, for example, there are an infinite amount of numbers in between 2 and 3 (2.4, 2.1125, 2.9999 etc.), yet none of them are 4. See what I mean?
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#38 - lordfohawk
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Good ****, that;s pretty deep stuff
User avatar #31 - jeudyfeo
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I caught a fish once, Thats something...
#27 - kadenmckrunk
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Wouldnt this work with most rational numbers?
#28 to #27 - sirbunsalot
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No. It would work with no rational numbers
User avatar #50 to #27 - tigersstripes
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any infinite non-repeating decimal.
#3 - doctorgolgo
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**doctorgolgo rolled a random image posted in comment #1320743 at Friendly **
Amazing analysis.