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 Dec 4 accepted Parabolic arclength Dec 4 comment Parabolic arclength Awesome, thanks! I was just making up a problem for myself, so I'm glad it wasn't a mistake that lead to an algebraicly unsolvable answer. Out of curiosity, can you explain to me why it's not a function of a? I'm shocked that the ratio between a parabolas arc length between zeroes and the distance between its zeroes is simply a function of b. Dec 4 awarded Editor Dec 4 revised Parabolic arclength edited body; edited title Dec 4 asked Parabolic arclength Mar 20 awarded Curious Oct 19 awarded Popular Question Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Feb 2 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. Feb 2 accepted Is there a standard classification for an Almost Integer in base 10? Feb 2 asked Is there a standard classification for an Almost Integer in base 10? Jan 16 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. Jan 16 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? Jan 16 asked Converting Fibonacci number $F_{5n+3}$ to Lucas numbers $L_{n+k}$ Jan 14 comment Lucas Number Equivalent of the Pisano Period? Jan 14 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? Jan 14 comment Lucas Number Equivalent of the Pisano Period? What do you mean $(m,5) = 1$? Jan 14 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 $\lambda(10) = 12$. Jan 14 asked Lucas Number Equivalent of the Pisano Period? Dec 22 accepted Is there a proof for this Fibonacci relationship?