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Wow, 13 years strong
Post by: Fafnir665, Nov 11, 2016 in forum: Art & Culture
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### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

Engineers might not.
Post by: Fafnir665, Dec 18, 2009 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

Yeah that works too. If we're talking about infinity there are a couple considerations you take into account. First you take into consideration...
Post by: Fafnir665, Dec 18, 2009 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

Stating a general case of what the thinking is in regards to sequences consisting of integers chosen at random rather than the digits of irrational...
Post by: Fafnir665, Dec 18, 2009 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

[IMG] or [IMG] Where c is an obvious non-random consecutive subsequence, homogeneous or not, and P is the probability.
Post by: Fafnir665, Dec 17, 2009 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

Sure, if you're thinking of them in a vacuum of information, context is clearly given in the posts.
Post by: Fafnir665, Dec 17, 2009 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

This is a little different than the original statement, I think I would say "What is the probability that a decimal point followed by an infinite...
Post by: Fafnir665, Dec 17, 2009 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

In this situation, no, no it does not matter.
Post by: Fafnir665, Dec 17, 2009 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

Well, the probability that an infinite sequence would contain an infinite subsequence of 9's is 1. We know that because how a subsequence is defined,...
Post by: Fafnir665, Dec 17, 2009 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

Random digits or random integers doesn't matter. I was thinking of a sequence of integers selected at random, but you can think of the digits of an...
Post by: Fafnir665, Dec 16, 2009 in forum: Physics & Math

### Probability of infinite non-random subsets in an infinite set of random integers

Say you have an infinite set of random integers, what is the probability of having an infinite subset of one integer, say 9?
Thread by: Fafnir665, Dec 14, 2009, 42 replies, in forum: Physics & Math
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### Battlestar Galactica: Season 4

Wtf, seriously, this is how they decide to end it
Post by: Fafnir665, Mar 21, 2009 in forum: SciFi & Fantasy
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### Star Wars vs Star Trek

Hasn't the ST universe already diverged from ours?
Post by: Fafnir665, Nov 23, 2008 in forum: SciFi & Fantasy
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### Books: SciFi & Fantasy

Yeah if you love crazy drug stories ><
Post by: Fafnir665, Oct 26, 2008 in forum: SciFi & Fantasy
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### Looking for the name of this book..

Aw =( I'm guessing this wasn't a very popular book?
Post by: Fafnir665, Aug 21, 2008 in forum: SciFi & Fantasy