# Random Graphs: Volume 2

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May enroll twice with department approval. Now he had someone in whom he could conﬁde, and with whom he could share scientiﬁc ideas and inquiries. As another example, the theorem says that 0.3 is 3/9, which of course is correct. 10.1.2 Exercise Give the exact rational value in lowest terms of 5.1, 4.36, and number repeats in blocks then the number is rational, and moreover it tells you how rational number must repeat in blocks after a certain point.

Pages: 304

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (March 1992)

ISBN: 0471572926

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