Re: MATH Puzzle ?

Lee Daniel Crocker (
Fri, 1 May 1998 00:01:08 -0700 (PDT)

> The binary numeric notation used by computers uses two numbers,
> 0 and 1, and is known as Base 2 (B2) (our traditional numeric
> system is Base 10 (B10)). So what's the 1 digit of a Base 1
> system, 0 or 1? The case for it being 0 and the case for
> 1 both seem to be equally logical. Which case is true?

That's not a math puzzle, it's masturbation. Give me a useful
definition of what "base 1" means, and I'll give you whatever
answer springs from that definition. Choose a different way
to define it, and maybe you'll get a different answer. How
could either possibly be relevant to anyone or anything?

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