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Infinitely nested radical

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An infinitely nested radical is a nested radical in which a given number is infinitely nested. For example, . Perhaps the most famous infinitely nested radical is , the golden ratio. An infinitely nested radical works out to an integer if the number nested within is an integer of the form (see A002378), namely , e.g., .