Hi there,

Here's a maths one...

We are all used to base-n numbers, where n is an integer, i.e. binary, octal hex etc.

But how on Earth do you represent a number where n is non-integer. I.e. a number represented in the base of pi? I can understand the concept (well, I think), but how do you write down such a number? What symbols would you use? Can you represent it?

Cheers