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Re: Wikipedia and fractions in other base then decimal
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Feb 11, 2013 5:26 AM


On 11 Feb, 09:28, Jussi Piitulainen <jpiit...@ling.helsinki.fi> wrote: > William Elliot writes: > > which can be written as 0.1^ where 1^ indicates a bar > > above the 1 which is used for infinite repetition of a digit. > > For example 1/3 = 0.3^ base 10. > > I'm sure I've seen this expressed as 0.(1) and 0.(3) respectively, > with the repeating digit sequence indicated by the parentheses. > > Works nicelier in plain text. Also works for, say, 0.00(010). > > Bars look hideous, especially inline. Embrace parentheses.
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