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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It is absolutely normal if you are frustrated about something.
We respect his decision and that's absolutely normal and I have no problem with that.
In a couple of years it will be even more natural and in four or five years probably no one will remember that I was Chelsea manager and it becomes absolutely normal.
And, in a couple of years, it will be even more natural and, in four or five years, probably no one will remember I was Chelsea manager and it will become absolutely normal.
The fact that women spend money on henna, beauty and cosmetics is absolutely normal," Noora, a college student, said.
This is absolutely normal, and simply means that the Editor and Academic Review Team, who share a responsibility for maintaining standards, read your article and suggested some tweaks.
Amazingly the alarming cholesterol level totally vanished from his system and he was found to be absolutely normal.
have an absolutely normal functioning after the surgery, Prof.
Meanwhile, understand that overworrying is absolutely normal for new parents and your wife will calm down and enjoy motherhood eventually.
The election result was close, which is absolutely normal, take a look at Holland and other countries.
He only had cramp, nothing more, and he's trained absolutely normal.