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Bug#210879: constitution.txt: fractured developers

J. Tarrio said:
> When K=3.141592 (to set an example), "At least K" means effectively "4
> or more", since 4 is the lowest natural number which equals or is
> greater than 3.141592.

Well of course, but the text says "Q and K need not be integers and are not rounded.", or in singular form that would be "K need not be an integer and is not rounded." Whereas you just rounded it.

The correct meaning can be deduced, but it's awful prose.

BTW, can we all at least agree that "integer" is too general and can safely be changed to "natural" or "whole number"?

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