|Dec9-06, 03:38 PM||#1|
Randomness of digits of irrational numbers.
How random are the digits of irrational numbers? Can it be said of them (i.e. pi=3.14159....) that given any arbitrarily long string of digits it must occur at some point in any irrational number? And would anyone know of anywhere I could find out more on this topic?
|Dec9-06, 03:47 PM||#2|
It can be shown, however, that, in a very specific sense, "almost all" numbers are normal! For more information, look up "normal numbers".
|Dec9-06, 03:49 PM||#3|
Thanks a lot.
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