JT
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Re: Can a fraction have none noneending and nonerepeating decimal representation?
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Jul 31, 2013 5:38 PM


Den onsdagen den 31:e juli 2013 kl. 23:18:14 UTC+2 skrev Zeit Geist: > On Wednesday, July 31, 2013 1:41:05 PM UTC7, jonas.t...@gmail.com wrote: > > > > > > > Or your arithmetic is not upto it, who knows > > > > I think what you're not getting is that Pi, being irrational, > > is represented by an increasing sequence of rational > > numbers. However, Pi, the limit of the sequence, cannot > > be represented by a repeating or terminating decimal. > > > > ZG
Let me see what you are saying Pi is irrational >because it is ***represented*** by an increasing sequense ***decimals***, well so is 1/3. Nothing new for me here. Yes i do know Pi is nonerepeating and increasing using ordinary decimals. And i do realise that if i can express Pi as a fraction or a series fractions, or using another base and make it have a fixed number of digits it becomes rational.
You know i really like to get rid of those zeros.
Maybe you missed something i said.

