4 hundred quadrillonth?

Steven D'Aprano steven at REMOVE.THIS.cybersource.com.au
Tue May 26 10:57:48 CEST 2009

On Mon, 25 May 2009 23:10:02 -0700, Scott David Daniels wrote:

> Steven D'Aprano wrote:
>> On Mon, 25 May 2009 16:21:19 +1200, Lawrence D'Oliveiro wrote:
>>... (0) "Opposite" is not well-defined unless you have a dichotomy. In
>>the ... (1/3) Why do you jump to the conclusion that "pi=3" implies that
>>only ... (1/2) If you "get rid of real numbers", then obviously you must
>>have a ... (2/3) There is *no* point (2/3).
>>... (1) I thought about numbering my points as consecutive increasing
>> integers, but decided that was an awfully boring convention. A shiny
>> banananana for the first person to recognise the sequence.
> I'd call it F_3, but using a Germanic F (Farey sequence limit 3).

That's the one.

> Do I get a banana or one with a few more ans?

I know how to spell bananananana, I just don't know when to stop.


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