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Plotting Digits of Irrational Numbers
This Demonstration plots the digits of
,
,
, some square roots and logarithms, and 1/7 and 1/17 for comparison. If the number is
, the points plotted are
,
,
, ….
Contributed by:
Nathan Fugleberg
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Nathan Fugleberg
"
Plotting Digits of Irrational Numbers
"
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/PlottingDigitsOfIrrationalNumbers/
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Published: July 19, 2013
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