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 A114550 Decimal expansion of the constant Sum_{n>=0} 1/A112373(n), where the partial quotients of the continued fraction A114551 satisfy A114551(2n) = A112373(n) and A114551(2n+1) = A112373(n+1)/A112373(n). 5
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS A112373 is defined by the recurrence: let b(n) = A112373(n), then b(n) =(b(n-1)^3 + b(n-1)^2)/b(n-2) for n>=2 with b(0)=b(1)=1. Thus the sum of unit fractions 1/A112373(n) converges rapidly. LINKS Andrew N. W. Hone, Curious continued fractions, nonlinear recurrences and transcendental numbers, arXiv:1507.00063 [math.NT], 2015. EXAMPLE 2.584401724019776724812076147153331342112382090467969... = Sum_{n>=0} 1/A112373(n) = 1/1 +1/1 +1/2 +1/12 +1/936 +1/68408496 +... = [2;1,1,2,2,6,12,78,936,73086,68408496,...] (continued fraction). CROSSREFS Cf. A112373, A114551 (continued fraction), A114552. Sequence in context: A075175 A075173 A163337 * A094001 A020859 A062089 Adjacent sequences:  A114547 A114548 A114549 * A114551 A114552 A114553 KEYWORD cons,nonn AUTHOR Paul D. Hanna, Dec 08 2005 STATUS approved

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