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 Feb 17 revised Approximate ratio with a small fraction so that numerator multiplied by denominator give enough rectangular area? added 745 characters in body Feb 17 comment Approximate ratio with a small fraction so that numerator multiplied by denominator give enough rectangular area? The only constraint on $A$ and $B$ that they should be integer and enough to layout of N objects, i.e. $A \dot B \geqslant N$ Feb 10 asked Approximate ratio with a small fraction so that numerator multiplied by denominator give enough rectangular area? Jan 14 awarded Popular Question Oct 8 awarded Popular Question Apr 16 awarded Popular Question Mar 16 awarded Notable Question Dec 30 accepted How to divide natural number N into M nearly equal summands? Dec 26 comment How to divide natural number N into M nearly equal summands? Such easy, thanks. I understand I made some obvious mistakes drawing by eye... Dec 26 revised How to divide natural number N into M nearly equal summands? added 279 characters in body Dec 26 comment How to divide natural number N into M nearly equal summands? Wait me thinking :) Dec 26 comment How to divide natural number N into M nearly equal summands? I think your sequence will not touch the line in the middle? I would like to interchange summands so that they tend to be as close to the ratio, as possible. Dec 26 revised How to divide natural number N into M nearly equal summands? added 77 characters in body Dec 26 asked How to divide natural number N into M nearly equal summands? Dec 19 awarded Caucus Nov 23 accepted Is it possible to prove that some point belongs to Mandelbrot set? Is this an example of Gödel's theorem? Nov 23 comment Is it possible to prove that some point belongs to Mandelbrot set? Is this an example of Gödel's theorem? In principle, can it be known, that Mandelbrot set is not computable? If "yes", then will it represent a sample of Goedel term? Nov 23 comment Is it possible to prove that some point belongs to Mandelbrot set? Is this an example of Gödel's theorem? We can limit to rational arithmetic. Nov 23 revised Is it possible to prove that some point belongs to Mandelbrot set? Is this an example of Gödel's theorem? added 685 characters in body Nov 23 asked Is it possible to prove that some point belongs to Mandelbrot set? Is this an example of Gödel's theorem?