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Hi!

I don't know if this makes any sense, but after reading the book "Pi in the Sky"

this summer (It got really exceptionally hot here in high latitudes) I was let wondering the following:

Let C be the number of the continuum of numbers (with decimals).

Let N be the number of all natural numbers.

When counting decimals in the numbers which belongs to C,

is there numbers which have C-number decimals

more than numbers which have N-number decimals ?

Thanks!

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