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October 22nd, 2013, 07:43 PM   #11
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Re: Approach reals by 3-smooth numbers

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Thank you all for the replies! It helped me a lot. Is it possible to say now that every positive real can be approached by with m and n in since it can be very close to one.

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My understanding is that this statement is true
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Re: Approach reals by 3-smooth numbers

Oh, right, I was thinking about (3/2)^n, sorry.
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