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Topic: Can L(<) be the language of the naturals?
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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The decimals by Stevin
Posted: Sep 6, 2013 1:27 PM
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show the canonical digitization of base-one accounting
by induction on base-nine;
it is not hashmarks

> > I
>
> > II
>
> > III
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> > IIII
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> > IIIII
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> > IIIIII
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> > ...
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> Ah! The penny drops!



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Jim Burns
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Peter Percival
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Virgil
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Peter Percival
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albrecht
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9/6/13
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albrecht
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Michael F. Stemper
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Robin Chapman
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Brian Q. Hutchings
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9/2/13
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