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Topic: WHAT DO *UN-COUNTABLE* REALS LOOK LIKE? [BASE 4]
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Graham Cooper

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Re: WHAT DO *UN-COUNTABLE* REALS LOOK LIKE? [BASE 4]
Posted: Jan 2, 2013 12:28 PM
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On Jan 2, 10:35 am, forbisga...@gmail.com wrote:
> You really need to stop cross posting to groups you don't read or
> participate in individually.



why?


>
> There are continuations from all of those that will not be in the list
> once you further refine it.  These sequences may occur elsewhere in
> the list but the continuation will differ from the instances given
> later in the list at the positional digit relative to the index of
> the number in the list.



So give me the complete list of missing prefixes you can calculate
given only this:

R1 0.0000...
R2 0.3333...
R3 0.3210...
...






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