# Thought Experiments

## Writing Rationals with the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic

The Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic says that all integers greater than one can be written uniquely as the product of prime numbers. Another way of stating this is that, if $$P = (p_1, p_2, p_3, …)$$ is the (infinite) set…

## Introducing the Spry

Some time ago, the discussion on π being the incorrect number for calculations in trigonometry, in favor of τ (2π), led me to muse about creating a unit to replace the degree, called the wedge and being equal to nearly two degrees (100W…