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Old 2021-11-15, 09:03   #8
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Originally Posted by Dr Sardonicus View Post
If n is a positive integer and d is a divisor of n, the simple continued fraction for \sqrt{n^{2}+d} is

n, 2n/d, 2n, 2n/d, 2n, 2n/d,...
That should read n; 2n/d, 2n, ... in conventional notation.

The ; is the continued fraction equivalent to the decimal point.
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