normal number

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normal number

[′nȯr·məl ′nəm·bər]
(mathematics)
A number whose expansion with respect to a given base (not necessarily 10) is such that all the digits occur with equal frequency, and all blocks of digits of the same length occur equally often.
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The firemen however determined after examining the location of the suspected leak that "conditions were absolutely normal," the ministry official statement said.
Another person close to the case in Paris said the plane had suffered a violent, sudden end, saying: " Everything was normal during the flight, absolutely normal, and suddenly there was nothing".
Security in the airport felt absolutely normal and it did not worry me at all," she said.
Debbie added: "As a family we have always talked about organ donation as if it was something that was absolutely normal.
It's absolutely normal that there is pressure, but we control the pressure when we play an important game and it's important to feel this pressure also.
Whereas some regions of the country are still somewhat chilly, including the capital -- absolutely normal for early spring -- other locations already offer the otherwise expected supply of warmer temperatures.
We think it is absolutely normal that FIFA is letting the clubs benefit from the revenues," the UEFA official added.
Either it's a case of amateur dramatics - which is what my money would be on, by the way - or we're indoctrinating all watching it that being an emotional basket case is absolutely normal.
He noted that it is absolutely normal and rightful for all political parties to express different views and opinions and that he is certain that each one of the political leaders has the vision of reunification in mind.
It's absolutely normal to have mood swings and experience morning sickness.
So, three years is a very short period of time in the very initial phases of our Arab transformations, and it is absolutely normal to witness the wild swings in developments that we are experiencing across our region, including episodic violence alongside intense constitution-writing.