On 16 mar, 09:31, JT <jonas.thornv...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 16 mar, 03:38, William Elliot <ma...@panix.com> wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > On Fri, 15 Mar 2013, JT wrote: > > > Is there name for fractions when partitioned into other bases then > > > decimal, in decimal base they are of course decimals but what do you > > > call them in binary, octal, hexa and so on? > > > Binaries, octals, hexas. > > > > Evidently transfer principle either did not understand how NyaN works > > > or mocking me and i have no clue as to why. > > > But below is fractions as written in NyaN bases it have some > > > aestatichal symmetry that 0 based bases lacks. > > > > Binary 1=.2 ; 1/2=.1 ; 2/2=.2 ; 1/4=.(1)1 ; 2/4=. (1)2 ... > > > NyaN is stupid, don't use it. > > .2 is not a binary number > > .1(1) and .1(2) are nonsense. > > 1/4 = .01 in binary. > > You do understand that the numbers in paragraphs signifies preceding > empty digitplaces, they are unfortunatly unavoidable and one of the > reasons why fractions superior to partitioning into bases. > I start to question the peoples IQ here on sci.math. > > You do see why 2/81=.(3)2 or?