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A is an expression obtained through an iterative process of representing a number as the sum of its integer part and the reciprocal of another number.

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### Continued fraction of a square root

If I want to find the continued fraction of $\sqrt{n}$ how do I know which number to use for $a_0$? Is there a way to do it without using a calculator or anything like that? What's the general ...
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### Ramanujan theta function and its continued fraction

I believe Ramanujan would have loved this kind of identity. After deriving the identity, I wanted to share it with the mathematical community. If it's well known, please inform me and give me some ...
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### Two complementary continued fractions that are algebraic numbers

Define the two similar continued fractions, $$x=\cfrac{1}{km\color{blue}+\cfrac{(m-1)(m+1)} {3km\color{blue}+\cfrac{(2m-1)(2m+1)}{5km\color{blue}+\cfrac{(3m-1)(3m+1)}{7km\color{blue}+\ddots}}}}\tag1$$...
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### Proving the continued fraction representation of $\sqrt{2}$

There's a question in Spivak's Calculus (I don't happen to have the question number in front of me in the 2nd Edition, it's Chapter 21, Problem 7) that develops the concept of continued fraction, ...
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### For which $a$ is $n\lfloor a\rfloor+1\le \lfloor na\rfloor$ true for all sufficiently large $n$?

Inspired by this question I ask this. For which $a$ is $n\lfloor a\rfloor+1\le \lfloor na\rfloor$ true for all sufficiently large $n$? The original question concerned $a=e$, the usual $2.71828\ldots$,...
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