2019-01-16, 10:31 | #1 |
Mar 2018
523 Posts |
The rocambolesque number 541456
Any idea for this near equality involving the number 541456:
(541456/199) is about 2720+0.88442211+1/1809090909.090909090909. ? |
2019-01-16, 11:03 | #2 |
Mar 2018
523 Posts |
541456
so 541456 is about 199*(2720+0.88442211+11/19900000000).
Is there any reason and any connection with the fact that 541456/271 whic has periodic decimal expansion 19926... |
2019-01-16, 11:20 | #3 |
Jun 2003
7×11×61 Posts |
It isn't "about". It is exactly that.
199*(2720+0.88442211+11/19900000000) = 199*(2720+88442211/100000000+11/19900000000) = 2720*199 + 17599999989/100000000 + 11/100000000 = 2720*199 + 176 = 541456 There is no "connection" to anything, other than simple numerical manipulations. |
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