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**halbard** It is not enough. The number $\displaystyle \sum_{n=1}^\infty\frac1{10^{n!}}=0.110001000000000 000000001000.....$ is known to be trancendental. Do you thing its decimal expansion contains the number $\displaystyle 42$? And yet it is bound to contain the integer $\displaystyle 10^{100}$ somewhere.

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