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worksheet.addComponent('table152_table156_table160_ectextarea194', new ECTextArea2('table152_table156_table160_ectextarea194'));

Base and Normality
Input a Maple expression in the box below (or choose one from the drop-down box) that evaluates to a real number. Choose a base b > 1, and Maple will find the base b representation for your number. Use the slider to adjust the number of significant figures, and look at the graph to see if your number is normal in that base.
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