EDIT: Nevermind about the "fraction" part. What I mean is a number whose last digit repeats infinitely.
The function is not defined at x=0.
What is the proper way to express numbers with an infinitely repeating last digit as the area under this function?
Taking a shot at it, if I take as an example the number I would say...
Is this correct? Is there a less ugly way to do it?
Thanks
Aha I see.
Ok, so I was asking this question on the basis of a mistaken assumption which I made because I used a calculator to do this integration for me instead of doing it myself like a real man.
I still don't understand, however, why the calculator gives me 8.33333x10^25...etc. for lower bound values of just slightly greater than 0 and upper bound of 1.
What is the calculator smoking for it to give me such an output?
Thanks.