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 Mar20 awarded Curious Oct19 awarded Popular Question Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Feb2 comment Is there a standard classification for an Almost Integer in base 10? I understand. I feel they should be ranked by classes, where a class N almost integer has N 9s or 0s after the decimal point. Therefor, as Lucian's comment suggests, $2\pi + e$ would be a class two almost integer, and it's square root would be class 3. Feb2 accepted Is there a standard classification for an Almost Integer in base 10? Feb2 asked Is there a standard classification for an Almost Integer in base 10? Jan16 comment Converting Fibonacci number $F_{5n+3}$ to Lucas numbers $L_{n+k}$ I've actually already done that, I'm just trying to follow up with an algebraic proof. Jan16 comment Converting Fibonacci number $F_{5n+3}$ to Lucas numbers $L_{n+k}$ F_n mod 10 has a period of 60, and L_n mod 10 has a period of 12, but how does that help me? Jan16 asked Converting Fibonacci number $F_{5n+3}$ to Lucas numbers $L_{n+k}$ Jan14 comment Lucas Number Equivalent of the Pisano Period? Jan14 comment Lucas Number Equivalent of the Pisano Period? Can you show me that Lucas-to-Fibonacci conversion that includes that division by 5 and proves that $\lambda(m)|\pi(m)$ bit? Jan14 comment Lucas Number Equivalent of the Pisano Period? What do you mean $(m,5) = 1$? Jan14 comment Lucas Number Equivalent of the Pisano Period? Haha, if that's true, then you'd be saving me more work, not derailing my current work. Unfortunately, it's not true. $\pi(10) = 60$ while $\lambda(10) = 12$. Jan14 asked Lucas Number Equivalent of the Pisano Period? Dec22 accepted Is there a proof for this Fibonacci relationship? Dec21 awarded Commentator Dec21 comment Is there a proof for this Fibonacci relationship? I'm having trouble understanding the first line of matrices. And the third line. And what M^n is. Dec16 awarded Critic Dec15 comment Is there a proof for this Fibonacci relationship? The pattern was obvious to begin with, I'm just not sure that that is a satisfactory proof in and of itself. Dec15 comment What is infinity times the reciprocal of infinity? After taking calculus, it seems like the best answer to this question is "Take calculus." How foolish I was...