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- Don't Recite Digits to Celebrate Pi. Recite Its Continued Fraction Instead.
- Although we write the denominators of continued fractions using decimal notation, continued fractions are not base dependent. 12 is the same number whether we write it as 12 base 10 (decimal), 1100 base 2 (binary), or C base 16 (hexadecimal).
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- A major plank in their platform said that metric would save 25 per cent of teaching time in arithmetic because "fractions will no longer be necessary." Presumably they hoped to abolish the idea of ratio.
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