Given a list of real numbers, as in the Cantor argument, give details on how to construct three different real numbers that are not on the list.

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- October 13th 2013, 08:37 PMmsf28help with cantor diagonalization
Given a list of real numbers, as in the Cantor argument, give details on how to construct three different real numbers that are not on the list.

- October 14th 2013, 01:28 PMemakarovRe: help with cantor diagonalization
Do you need to find the three numbers in one or several lifetimes? :) If several, then you can find the first one, add it as the first element to the list and then repeat the process.

Also, are numbers written in decimal or in binary? If in decimal, then you have several way of choosing a different digit.