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Not sure if this has been done... I sort of discovered this sequence myself, but who knows...
01000101010001000100010101000101...
What comes next?
01000101010001000100010101000101...
What comes next?
BicycleTree said:Is that really 00 at the end and not 01?
BicycleTree said:The last 0 should totally be a 1.
Yeah, I figured that. Might be able to use that to prove it, though you'd have to prove that property first. Not trying it though right now.EDIT: By the way, for both of those sequences (or any like it), associating any group of 2^n terms with the digits of the sequence will result in the same sequence :)
A binary sequence is a sequence of 0s and 1s, also known as bits, used to represent information in computers. It is a fundamental concept in computer science and is used in various applications such as coding, data compression, and cryptography.
The next number in a binary sequence is determined by following a specific pattern. The pattern depends on the type of binary sequence, such as arithmetic, geometric, or random. For example, in an arithmetic sequence, the difference between each consecutive number is constant. In a geometric sequence, each number is multiplied by a constant factor to get the next number.
Binary sequences have various applications in the real world. It is used in computer programming to represent data and instructions, in telecommunication to transmit and receive data, in digital electronics to control the flow of electricity, and in genetics to represent DNA sequences.
Yes, binary sequences can be infinite. Just like any other sequence, it can continue indefinitely. However, in practical applications, binary sequences are usually finite and have a specific purpose or pattern.
No, there is no limit to the complexity of binary sequences. With a combination of 0s and 1s, an infinite number of patterns and sequences can be created. As technology advances, more complex and longer binary sequences are being used in various applications.