Not sure if this is the correct forum, but here is a very simple concept I realized about numbers. Let's take an example number to be 1,564,003 Now let's say the variable "x" represents the quantity of numbers in our number system... so the amount of numbers. To make it simple, consider only positive integers. The equation (x - 1564003) / x gives the percent of numbers that are NOT 1564003. Since there are an infinite amount of numbers... lim x-->infinity (x - 1564003) / x lim x-->infinity = 1 So 100% of numbers are greater than 1564003. To me, this answer seems a little strange. Of course, there are numbers that are less than 1564003, for example... 1564002 or 23 or 792. But to say that there are numbers less than 1564003 is like saying 0.999~ DOES NOT equal 1, when it certainly does! Edit: Now what is really strange to me is that this applies to every number ever used and every number that will ever be used. So all the numbers from 1 to 99999^99999999999 are 0% of numbers.