Recalling the definitions of § 1, we write for , and for . Consider first how one would compute these quantities using an approximation to the real number . If an approximation to is used which has , then the error in the corresponding approximation to is about . Thus, for large n it will be impossible to compute correctly. In addition, even for small n, it would be impossible to decide whether or not for some .
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