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awarded  Curious
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accepted Number theory problem: When is this sequence bounded? (Putnam 1991, ACPS)
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comment Number theory problem: When is this sequence bounded? (Putnam 1991, ACPS)
Almost exactly the same as mine (except for the fact that yours looks like a real proof)!
Jun
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asked Number theory problem: When is this sequence bounded? (Putnam 1991, ACPS)
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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accepted Limit of ratio of successive n-nacci numbers?
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comment Limit of ratio of successive n-nacci numbers?
Thanks a ton :)
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comment Limit of ratio of successive n-nacci numbers?
I had never noticed this answer, sorry.
Mar
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comment Two Circles inside a right angle!
@Blue, I think you meant "right-corner tetrahedra", not "triangles".
Mar
23
comment Limit of ratio of successive n-nacci numbers?
Could you point me to how I could do the $n = 3$ case algebraically?
Mar
23
revised How do I evaluate the definite integral $\int_{1}^{-17} x^{-\frac{1}{3}}dx$
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Mar
23
comment How do I evaluate the definite integral $\int_{1}^{-17} x^{-\frac{1}{3}}dx$
@Fantini correct me if I'm wrong, but can't this integral be split into two?
Mar
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suggested suggested edit on How do I evaluate the definite integral $\int_{1}^{-17} x^{-\frac{1}{3}}dx$
Mar
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comment Limit of ratio of successive n-nacci numbers?
Can't we prove it in a way similar to the $x = 1 + 1/x$ proof that is used for the Fibonacci case?
Mar
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asked Limit of ratio of successive n-nacci numbers?
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asked Champernowne constant - summation and behavior of terms in continued fraction expansion
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comment Is it possible to find elementary integral of $\frac{\arcsin x}{x}$?
+1 for $\LaTeX$ colors!
Mar
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answered Limit of Ratio of Adjacent Fibonacci numbers $\to \phi$
Mar
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comment Limit of Ratio of Adjacent Fibonacci numbers $\to \phi$
Wait, then. I have another proof.
Mar
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answered Limit of Ratio of Adjacent Fibonacci numbers $\to \phi$