Comments on: normality test with 10⁸ observations?
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By: xi'an
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Tue, 23 Feb 2016 09:05:33 +0000http://xianblog.wordpress.com/?p=29823#comment-115077In reply to Jochen Voss.

OK, fair enough! And do we know of any normal number that are not artificially reconstructed, i.e. do not take an infinite time to produce?

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By: Jochen Voss
https://xianblog.wordpress.com/2016/02/23/normality-test-with-10%e2%81%b8-observations/comment-page-1/#comment-115069
Tue, 23 Feb 2016 08:08:35 +0000http://xianblog.wordpress.com/?p=29823#comment-115069You write “Since we do not even know whether there are non-normal numbers outside rational numbers.” I think existence of non-normal numbers is not a problem: For example, if we intersperse the digits of pi with zeros to get 3.01040105090206050305… then the resulting number is not rational (since the decimal expansion is not periodic) and also not normal (since at least 50% of the digits are 0).
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