Considering the interval [0,1], say for each number (binary) on the interval you form the sequence of numbers: number of zeros up to the nth place/number of ones up to the nth place. Then as n goes to infinity the sequence of numbers (for the given binary number) will go to somewhere in [-infinity,infinity] if they converge. What is the measure of numbers on [0,1] that have this sequence converge vs not converge, and of those that converge what are the measures with numbers that converge to <1, 1 and >1?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# What is measure of numbers with certain property on [0,1]

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