Subject: Re: Diagonal Process
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 1997 18:13:25 -0500
From: Alex Bogomolny
Dear Airton:the following is certainly an impossible task: > if I take the digits in any row of the matrix
> as being an integer written from right to left
The rows af the matrix might be infinite because, for example, the number sqrt(2)/2 will be in some row, right? Then how would you write it from right to left? Written from left to right it's still an infinite sequence of digits and, hence, is not an integer.
Do you agree with this?