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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The fantail has thirty or even forty tail-feathers, instead of twelve or fourteen, the normal number in all members of the great pigeon family; and these feathers are kept expanded, and are carried so erect that in good birds the head and tail touch; the oil-gland is quite aborted.
The RTD has set the minimum starting bid for a normal number at RM300, with a minimum 10 per cent or RM15 increase for every bid.
Liverpool are already without normal number one Alisson Becker due to a calf injury picked up in the Premier League season opener against Norwich and could have to cope without the Brazilian for up to two months.Should Adrian not be fit, 35-year-old Andy Lonergan, who was released by Middlesbrough last season and only signed a short-term contract with Liverpool this week in the wake of Alisson's injury, could start at St.
A total of 44 agreements were signed, of which 39 got excellent number, one the best number and three normal number. Meanwhile, the energy and mineral resources division occupied the third position in the annual performance agreement.
A NORTHERN spokesman said: "We are truly sorry for the issues passengers around Manchester have been facing recently due to a higher than normal number of cancellations and delays.
TSB has received 40,000 complaints - 10 times the normal number - due to the problem.
TSB have received 40,000 complaints - 10 times the normal number - due to the problem.
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Thomas Cook is preparing to take more than double the normal number of bookings this weekend.
I want to explain that the name denotes more political meaning than just a normal number.'
The meteor shower, caused by debris from the Swift-Tuttle comet, results in more than double the normal number of meteors appearing in the skies.