%I
%S 4,6,9,4,0,9,1,1,3,2,9,7,4,1,7,4,5,7,6,4,3,6,3,9,1,7,7,8,0,1,9,8,1,2,
%T 0,4,9,3,8,9,8,9,6,7,3,7,5,4,5,7,6,6,8,2,8,9,7,2,8,0,3,2,7,7,8,4,9,0,
%U 7,7,9,3,6,8,0,1,0,5,2,5,0,8,0,0,3,5,8,8,5,0,2,7,8,1,5,5,4,2,7,3,1,5,7,7,2
%N Decimal expansion of second solution of equation cos(x)*cosh(x) = 1.
%C This is an equation related to a cantilever beam: cos(x)*cosh(x) = 1. The first three solutions are: 1.875 (A076417), 4.69409 (this sequence) and 7.854757 (A076419).
%H Z. Guede, I. Elishakov, <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S09600779(00)00014X">A fifthorder polynomial that serves as both buckling and vibration mode of an inhomogeneous structure</a>, Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 12 (7) (2001) 12671298.
%e 4.694091132974174576436391778...
%t RealDigits[x/.FindRoot[Cos[x]Cosh[x]==1,{x,4},WorkingPrecision> 120]] [[1]] (* _Harvey P. Dale_, May 01 2019 *)
%o (PARI) solve(x=4, 5, cos(x)*cosh(x) + 1) \\ _Michel Marcus_, Sep 11 2019
%Y Cf. A076417, A076419.
%K easy,nonn,cons
%O 1,1
%A _Zak Seidov_, Oct 10 2002
