Just wondering, if you group decimal places of an irrational number, lets say into sequences of groups of 10, for example,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

if k is irrational 4.4252352352,3546262626,224332 (I made that up)

they you group (.4252352352) (3546262626) (and so on)

then my question is that the probability of any number between 0-9 appearing the group is simply 1/10 or .1

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# Irrational numbers question.

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