On Jun 15, 9:06 am, stevendaryl3...@yahoo.com (Daryl McCullough) wrote: > WM says... > > > > >On 15 Jun., 12:26, stevendaryl3...@yahoo.com (Daryl McCullough) wrote: > > >> (B) There exists a real number r, > >> Forall computable reals r', > >> there exists a natural number n > >> such that r' and r disagree at the nth decimal place. > > >In what form does r exist, unless it is computable too? > > r is computable *relative* to the list L of all computable reals. > That is, there is an algorithm which, given an enumeration of computable > reals, returns a real that is not on that list. > > In the theory of Turing machines, one can formalize the notion > of computability relative to an "oracle", where the oracle is an > infinite tape representing a possibly noncomputable function of > the naturals. > > -- > Daryl McCullough > Ithaca, NY
WHY THIS OBSESSION with infinite sequence of PI number illusion, which after all is derived as an approximation of tape measurements. Why the Xenophobia for a new way to look at this via the -1 tangent mathematics.
The Pi is more related to 180/19 / 3.016666666667 == 3.14044780459 or close , depending on the mathematics. 180/3.14044780459= true radian of around 57.31666.
This finally will lead to a correction of the degree value itself , but these values are very close. If any Pi sequence is truly infinite, its value should be infinite and there is no evidence therof