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 A351582 Decimal expansion of the root of cot(Pi/(s+1)) - csc(Pi/s). 1
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS For regular unit-sided polygons with number of sides s >= 3, the s-gon fits inside the (s+1)-gon, and hence inside any t-gon where t > s. For s = 3 and s = 4, this is verified by diagram. For s >= 5, it is verified by observing that the s-gon's circumcircle is smaller than the (s+1)-gon's incircle. The difference of the two circles' radii is negative for s <= 4 and positive for s >= 5, and changes sign at non-integer value s = 4.49547... Diagrams demonstrating this property of regular s-gons are interesting (see links). LINKS Table of n, a(n) for n=1..106. Robert B Fowler, Diagram of Nested Unit-sided Regular Polygons (s=3 to s=12) Luxor, Diagram of Concentric Unit-sided Polygons (s=3 to s=20). See diagrams near the start and near the end of the article. The triangle, square and pentagon intersect. FORMULA For integer values of s >= 3: c(s) = circumcircle radius of unit-sided regular s-gon = csc(Pi/s) / 2, i(s) = incircle radius of unit-sided regular s-gon = cot(Pi/s) / 2, d(s) = i(s+1) - c(s), d(s) <= 0 for s <= 4, d(s) > 0 for s >= 5. For real values of s: d(1) = -infinity, d'(s) > 0 for s > 1, d(s) = 0 for s = 4.4954747887528... EXAMPLE 4.4954747887528... MAPLE Digits:= 120: fsolve(cot(Pi/(s+1))-csc(Pi/s), s); # Alois P. Heinz, Feb 16 2022 MATHEMATICA RealDigits[s /. FindRoot[Cot[Pi/(s + 1)] == Csc[Pi/s], {s, 4}, WorkingPrecision -> 120]][[1]] (* Amiram Eldar, Feb 14 2022 *) PROG (PARI) solve(s=4, 5, cotan(Pi/(s+1)) - 1/sin(Pi/s)) \\ Michel Marcus, Feb 14 2022 CROSSREFS Sequence in context: A160900 A035116 A088613 * A049723 A010661 A051668 Adjacent sequences: A351579 A351580 A351581 * A351583 A351584 A351585 KEYWORD cons,nonn AUTHOR Robert B Fowler, Feb 14 2022 STATUS approved

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