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"I like it much better than my solution!"

Vincent Granville replied Feb 22 to Hiking Challenge

5 Feb 27
Reply by James Hillstrand

"Many sequences thought to be random, are not. For instance, the fractional part of l…"

Vincent Granville replied Dec 13, 2015 to Curious formula generating all digits of square root numbers

2 Dec 13, 2015
Reply by Vincent Granville

"Here's an interesting comment from one of our readers: You've just found a mathemati…"

Vincent Granville replied Apr 1, 2015 to Challenge of the week: mathematical paradox, $500,000 award*

20 Apr 1, 2015
Reply by Vincent Granville

"The core of the problem is whether or not 1/(1+2/(1+3/(1+4/(1+5/...)))) = 0.52513527…"

Vincent Granville replied Mar 30, 2015 to Challenge of the week: mathematical paradox, $500,000 award*

20 Apr 1, 2015
Reply by Vincent Granville

"All rational or quadratic algebraic numbers have periodic developments as continued…"

Vincent Granville replied Mar 30, 2015 to Challenge of the week: mathematical paradox, $500,000 award*

20 Apr 1, 2015
Reply by Vincent Granville

"Yes for efrc in general (as a function). But here we are dealing with a specific val…"

Vincent Granville replied Mar 30, 2015 to Challenge of the week: mathematical paradox, $500,000 award*

20 Apr 1, 2015
Reply by Vincent Granville

"The value for f(2) is derived from Wolfram Encyclopedia. It involves the erfc functi…"

Vincent Granville replied Mar 30, 2015 to Challenge of the week: mathematical paradox, $500,000 award*

20 Apr 1, 2015
Reply by Vincent Granville

"Your formula looks amazing up to n=260 or so, then the error increases (percentage-w…"

Vincent Granville replied Mar 28, 2015 to Challenge of the week: mathematical paradox, $500,000 award*

20 Apr 1, 2015
Reply by Vincent Granville

"Hi Magnus, I could not replicate your approximation. Do you have a spreadsheet to il…"

Vincent Granville replied Mar 28, 2015 to Challenge of the week: mathematical paradox, $500,000 award*

20 Apr 1, 2015
Reply by Vincent Granville

"You might want to check out this Wikipedia entry. Not the same data, but insightful."

Vincent Granville replied Mar 1, 2015 to Idea to track the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared

9 Mar 1, 2015
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