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 A046947 |sin(n)| (or |tan(n)| or |sec(n)|) decreases monotonically to 0; also |cos(n)| (or |cosec(n)| or |cot(n)|) increases. 15
 1, 3, 22, 333, 355, 103993, 104348, 208341, 312689, 833719, 1146408, 4272943, 5419351, 80143857, 165707065, 245850922, 411557987, 1068966896, 2549491779, 6167950454, 14885392687, 21053343141, 1783366216531, 3587785776203 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 0,2 COMMENTS Also numerators of convergents to Pi (A002486 gives denominators) beginning at 1. Integer circumferences of circles with a(0)=1 and a(n+1) is the smallest integer circumference with corresponding diameter nearer an integer than is the diameter of the circle with circumference a(n). See PARI program. - Rick L. Shepherd, Oct 06 2007 REFERENCES K. H. Rosen et al., eds., Handbook of Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics, CRC Press, 2000; p. 293. Suggested by a question from Alan Walker (Alan_Walker(AT)sabre.com) LINKS Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Cosecant Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Flint Hills Series EXAMPLE |sin(4272943)| = 0.000000549579497810490800503139..., |tan(4272943)| = 0.000000549579497810573797346111..., |sec(4272943)| = 1.00000000000015101881221... |cos(4272943)| = 0.999999999999848981187793172965367089856..., |cosec(4272943)| = 1819572.97167010734684889..., |cot(4272943)| = 1819572.97166983255709999... MAPLE Digits := 50; M := 10000; a := [ 1 ]; R := sin(1.); for n from 2 to M do t1 := evalf(sin(n)); if abs(t1)

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