By L.J. Jr. Ratliff

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Academic Press, New York (1971) Chapter 3 Champernowne’s Number, Strong Normality, and the X Chromosome Adrian Belshaw and Peter Borwein This paper is dedicated to Jon Borwein in celebration of his 60th birthday Abstract Champernowne’s number is the best-known example of a normal number, but its digits are far from random. The sequence of nucleotides in the human X chromosome appears nonrandom in a similar way. ” We show that almost all numbers are strongly normal and that strong normality implies normality.

We claim that every element of Eε is absolutely strongly normal. For each base r and 1-string k ∈ {0, 1, . . , r − 1}, we have specified a set of integers M1 < M2 < M3 < · · · , depending on r and k. By our construction, if α ∈ Eε , then, recalling that f depends on α , we have sup f (n) − 1 < δi inf f (n) + 1 < δi Mi ≤n

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