On the Representation of Natural Numbers in Positional Numeral Systems1

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On the Representation of Natural Numbers in Positional Numeral Systems1

In this paper we show that every natural number can be uniquely represented as a base-b numeral. The formalization is based on the proof presented in [11]. We also prove selected divisibility criteria in the base-10 numeral system.

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