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March 10th, 2019, 03:47 AM   #1
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Reverse digits of pi series

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Can we write a Computer program which will print Reverse Digits of Pi series?

Final output of the program will be
5,1,4,1,3

Can we start from $\omega$ till 1 for the program?

The programming language could be LOLCODE, Befunge, Whitespace, Ook!, Malbolge, etc.

Can we name this new Mathematical series as Reverse pi number series?

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I've been waiting for a chance to use Malbolge!

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Reference :

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi

Can we write a Computer program which will print Reverse Digits of Pi series?

Final output of the program will be
5,1,4,1,3

Can we start from $\omega$ till 1 for the program?

The programming language could be LOLCODE, Befunge, Whitespace, Ook!, Malbolge, etc.

Can we name this new Mathematical series as Reverse pi number series?

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No!! There is no last digit!!
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No!! There is no last digit!!
Are you sure?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proof_..._is_irrational
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First find the n-th digit of pi and reverse it but pi is irrational.

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Perhaps a proof using Poe's law could work here.
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Are you sure?
Yes. A last digit implies a finite number of digits.
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I think he is asking to show the decimal digits of pi in reverse way but in a bounded way .
This can be done with a specific software or simple algorithms .
Approximations of pi can be used too .

If not then make a statement :
Given natural number n , find the function $\displaystyle f(n)$ that gives the number in reverse.
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Yes. A last digit implies a finite number of digits.
It doesn't. The ordinal $\omega+1$ is infinite and has a last element.
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