

A252898


Decimal expansion of lim_{n>infinity} FractionalPart[Zeta'(1+1/n)] or FractionalPart[Zeta'(11/n)], where Zeta' is the first derivative of the Riemann zeta function.


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OFFSET

0,1


COMMENTS

Zeta'(x) > negative infinity as x > 1, from above and below.
When 1 is approached using arguments of (1+1/n) or (11/n), its fractional part converges to this constant.
The EulerMascheroni constant is the fractional part as x>1 for Zeta(x), but with a different symmetry approaching 1 from above vs. below. See A001620 and below.
The integer part of Zeta'(1 + 1/n) or Zeta'(1  1/n) = (n^2  1).
Corresponding constants, as taken from the fractional part, exist for the higher order derivatives of the Riemann Zeta as x>1 with these arguments. The list below shows converged values up to the 10th derivative approaching 1 from above, using
x = 1 + 1/n, as n > infinity, with signs:
Derivative[1] = 0.9271841545163232751394136... (this entry)
Derivative[2] = 0.9903096368071276815154696...
Derivative[3] = 0.0020538344203033458661600...
Derivative[4] = 0.0023253700654673000057468...
Derivative[5] = 0.0007933238173010627017533...
Derivative[6] = 0.9997612306545698003901275...
Derivative[7] = 0.9994727104329422489539259...
Derivative[8] = 0.9996478766461969604903979...
Derivative[9] = 0.9999656052255819119518220...
Derivative[10]= 0.0002053328149090647946837...
Even order derivatives, D[2m], (e.g., 2nd, 4th, 6th, ...) have different fractional values when approaching 1 from below equal to: (1D[2m]). The same is true for D[0], or Zeta itself.
The integer sequences associated with the integer part, with x >1 from above and starting with the argument x= 2 = 1+1/n, hence n = 1 to infinity, are:
Derivative[1] = (n^21)
Derivative[2] = (2!*n^31)
Derivative[3] = (3!*n^4)
Derivative[4] = (4!*n^5)
Derivative[5] = (5!*n^6)
Derivative[6] = (6!*n^71), except at n=1, where value = 720 with fract ~0.0001
Derivative[7] = (7!*n^81)
Derivative[8] = (8!*n^91)
Derivative[9] = (9!*n^101)
Derivative[10] = (10!*n^11)
Thus, rounding the mth derivative of Zeta(x) at x=2 (n=1) gives (1)^m * m! for m>=1. See A073002.


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FORMULA

Limit_{n > infinity} FractionalPart[Zeta'(1+1/n)]
Limit_{n > infinity} FractionalPart[Zeta'(11/n)]


EXAMPLE

0.9271841545163232751394136...


MAPLE

s:= convert(evalf(1+gamma(1), 140), string):


MATHEMATICA

FractionalPart[N[Derivative[1][Zeta][
1 + 1/(1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000)], 400]]


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STATUS

approved



