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 A188883 Decimal expansion of (1+sqrt(1+pi^2))/pi. 1
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS Decimal expansion of the length/width ratio of a (2/pi)-extension rectangle.  See A188640 for definitions of shape and r-extension rectangle. A (2/pi)-extension rectangle matches the continued fraction [1,2,1,2,1,1,3,1,1,5,1,7,1,1,23,2,...] for the shape L/W=(1+sqrt(1+pi^2))/pi.  This is analogous to the matching of a golden rectangle to the continued fraction [1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,...].  Specifically, for the (2/pi)-extension rectangle, 1 square is removed first, then 2 squares, then 1 square, then 2 squares,..., so that the original rectangle of shape (1+sqrt(1+pi^2))/pi is partitioned into an infinite collection of squares. LINKS EXAMPLE 1.36774839493136744469969176568220545565111326890 MATHEMATICA r = 2/Pi; t = (r + (4 + r^2)^(1/2))/2; FullSimplify[t] N[t, 130] RealDigits[N[t, 130]][[1]] ContinuedFraction[t, 120] CROSSREFS Cf. A188640, A188884, A188724, A188726. Sequence in context: A290943 A067753 A129023 * A152083 A251532 A251533 Adjacent sequences:  A188880 A188881 A188882 * A188884 A188885 A188886 KEYWORD nonn,cons AUTHOR Clark Kimberling, Apr 12 2011 STATUS approved

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