#### Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

# nu-uh

This topic is 6916 days old which is more than the 365 day threshold we allow for new replies. Please post a new topic.

## Recommended Posts

OK, pi does not contain every possible sequence of numbers, because we know that it doesn''t repeat itself, right? So how about sequences like 1/3? If that is included somewhere in pi, wouldn''t that be the end of pi? and if so, then where is 2/3? Get my point? Never mind!

##### Share on other sites
If you limit yourself to a finite sequence, your argument won''t hold

A polar bear is a rectangular bear after a coordinate transform.

##### Share on other sites
Well, technically there is an infinite number of sequences of numbers (I hope that made sense ). Ummmmm, since 1/3 is just 0.33333..., you wouldn''t ever see it in PI, and the same goes with 2/3 (0.66666...). Hope that answers your question.

If you code it, they will come...

Commander M
http://commanderm.8m.com
cmndrm@commanderm.8m.com

• 10
• 13
• 52
• 11
• 15