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Topic: Matheology sqrt(-2): WM admits to unlistability of 0/1 sequences
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 JT Posts: 1,448 Registered: 4/7/12
Re: Matheology sqrt(-2): WM admits to unlistability of 0/1 sequences
Posted: Dec 21, 2013 6:22 PM
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Den lördagen den 21:e december 2013 kl. 23:51:26 UTC+1 skrev jonas.t...@gmail.com:
> Den lördagen den 21:e december 2013 kl. 23:45:02 UTC+1 skrev Virgil:
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> > > Well a list without magnitude of its members adding upto a specific number
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> Is a number converging towards a limit, the same as the number equals the limit.

Sorry if a sequense converge towards a limit i meant.

What is in this case a serie is it be the added up terms of a formula? Could it be output an algorithm what , what is the main criteria for calling something a series?

Is the expression converging sequense, is it converge towards a serie or converge towards a limit(the same)?

When can you call something a sequense must it be possible to derive by formula?

You often talk about this and that list, what differ them from sets?

Is a random group of numbers a sequense?
Mulitply pi by each prime?

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