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show me an integer to decimal expansion thing
can the multiple be a fraction?
nope..only normal natural numbers
turn a ratio into a decimal , i remember that
i didnt read it yet, but i found , look at example 5 here http://www.mtholyoke.edu/~jjlee/Teaching/Math%20232%20Lecture%20Notes%205.pdf
that's just the question I guess
maybe it uses that principle in that section
how do you expand a whole number into a decimal
i just started reading this , it look like something
finally you're here :')
Show that for every integer n there is a multiple of n that has only 0s and 1s in its decimal expansion.
i see there what you did he told me the multiple has to be a natural number
i was considering a simple version of the problem before. anyways..can you explain a bit?
it llooks similar to that old process to chang repeating decimals into fractions using s 100s exe... and subtracting them
interesting let me think
ok so each number have equivalent in base 2 let \( n=(....)_2=(b)_2\)
yeah..ganeshie is solving the same question in a different thread :/
oh i don't think i would follow what's been posted hahah xD but i'll try to understand or something ...