"Strong typing vs. strong testing" [OT]
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Thu Oct 14 06:14:19 CEST 2010
Steve Howell <showell30 at yahoo.com> writes:
> And yet nobody can recite this equally interesting ratio to thousands
> of digits:
That is 1/F1 where F1 is the first Feigenbaum constant a/k/a delta.
The mathworld article is pretty good:
It mentions that both constants were calculated to about 1000 digits in
1999. I don't know how that was done, but presumably they could be
calculated to more digits these days if someone felt like it.
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