Turning a scalar into a function/definite integral?

HeaTHeaT New Arrival
edited March 2011 in Tech & Games
Should probably go in half baked, haha.
So, one can represent a regular old number as a sequence, possibly an infinite one. This sequence can be represented as an integral, correct?
I'm exhausted, I just had to start a thread before I forgot. What I want to know, technically wouldn't this give dimension to a scalar? Not dimension...
Well, think of the Implications if every number could be represented by a function. Certain functions that are not a set of values dependent on variables, but functions that only represent one number. Food for thought, I'll update


  • kiakia Semo-Regulars
    edited March 2011
    A number is a scalar technically... so if an integral gives a result that's a number then yes in theory. But what's your point?
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