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Except for a few "made up" examples that are defined by using random numbers, no one really knows. In particular it is not known whether [itex]\pi[/itex] or e or other familiar irrational numbers are "normal numbers": numbers such that every possible list of n numbers occurs, on average, 1/10

It can be shown, however, that, in a very specific sense, "almost all" numbers

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Thanks a lot.

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