Re: prime numbers and African artifact

Ron Hunsinger (
Fri, 14 Jul 1995 05:16:51 -0700

In article <3u3tom$>, jes7123@omega (SEELIGER) wrote:

> Yeah, but what's an easy way to show 254365465431652436514232 is not a
> binary number?

Simple. A binary number is one formed using the digits 0 and 1. While the
given number has a 1, it doesn't have any 0's. Therefore, it isn't binary.

-Ron Hunsinger