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Posted By: Andrew Palfreyman146/6149 = (2x73) / (11x13x43) in prime factors.Now we see that it's a Moletrap Number of period p-1 = 42.
Posted By: alsetalokin74/4823 = 0.015343147418619116732324279494090814845531826663902135600248807795977607298362015343147418619116732...A new type of Texas repeater? More a case of leaver action than lever-action this time round ...
a 78-digit repeater
Posted By: Andrew PalfreymanPosted By: alsetalokinI suppose there exists some kind of proof that pi, for instance, does not repeat even after a bazillion digits deep into the decimal expansion.Oh FFS.
That is precisely the content of my previous post which you chose to ignore.
Well, almost. I am assuming that a repeat is always due to a rational number, so that any irrational number contains no "sustained" repeats (as per your example). Obviously there are always repeats of any length in an infinite sequence of digits, but they are sporadic and governed by statistics and nothing deeper.
Posted By: Andrew PalfreymanHowever, be warned; this is likely to happen with increasing frequency as the ravages of age continue to attack the synapses!
Posted By: AngusEncouraging and dismaying at the same time. How many brilliant minds never get exposed to the things they could be brilliant in?
How many plodders fill up the opportunities they could have?
Posted By: AngusIs this series a Palfreyman discovery?Yes; albeit fairly trivial, I haven't found it elsewhere.
Posted By: AngusI'm not seeing the primes. What am I missing?That's just the beginning. You'll have to be content with 2 and 3 so far :)
A Bristol academic has achieved a milestone in statistical/mathematical physics by solving a 100-year-old physics problemâ€”the discrete diffusion equation in finite space.https://phys.org/news/2020-05-solution-century-old-math-problem-transmission.html
The long-sought-after solution could be used to accurately predict encounter and transmission probability between individuals in a closed environment, without the need for time-consuming computer simulations.