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Use your imagination!... | added by Kitreh1 month ago |

What follows are the first 1 million digits of the square root of 7. Actually, slightly more than 1 million digits are given here. These digits were computed by Robert Nemiroff (George Mason University and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) checked by... | added by anonymous2 years ago |

This was computed on a Convex C240 using Richard Brent's multiple precision arithmetic routines (MP), published as algorithm 524 in the March 1978 issue of Transactions on Mathematical Software.... | added by anonymous2 years ago |

The first 498 Bernoulli numbers are the coefficients of the series expansion of: t*exp(x*t)/(exp(t)-1) = sum( B(n,x)/n!*t^n, n=0..infinity)... | added by anonymous2 years ago |

I pass now to the only other assertion made by Fermat which has not been proved hitherto. This, which is sometimes known as Fermat’s Last Theorem, is to the effect that no integral values of x, y, z can be found to satisfy the equation x n+y n = z ... | added by anonymous2 years ago |

This Math.net article presents the first 10,000 prime numbers... | added by anonymous2 years ago |

This Math.net article presents the first 300 Euler Numbers.... | added by anonymous2 years ago |

This Math.net article presents the first 300 Fibonacci Numbers.... | added by anonymous2 years ago |