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## Main Question or Discussion Point

The set N of natural numbers = {1, 2, 3, 4, ...}.

But there exists one (1) number N, such that

N = 12345678910111213... (where the unit's place is at infinity).

A good example of an irrational number then would be

1.234567891011121314...

But there exists one (1) number N, such that

N = 12345678910111213... (where the unit's place is at infinity).

A good example of an irrational number then would be

1.234567891011121314...

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