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The book will address compressible random sequential strings by the use of a simple compression method, or program, that introduces previously unknown levels of compression to random sequential strings in binary and larger radix numbering systems. The presentation will address the material in a purely statistical manner that is more theoretical, physics, rather than applied, engineering, utilizing examples from the binary; radix 2, ternary; radix 3, quaternary; radix 4, and quinary; radix 5, base numbering systems. Larger radix numbers will be addressed in a following chapter. While it is clear that the practical applications of the system to telecommunications, statistical communications theory, and computing are all understood, the nature of this introductory text is theoretical rather than applied.