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Demonstrations 21 - 40 of 529
The Euclidean Algorithm and Simple Continued Fractions
Correlating the Mertens Function with the Farey Sequence
Roots of the Bernoulli Polynomials
Constructing the Cube Root of Two
The Sum of the First n Odd Numbers
The Prime-Product Ratio of Ramanujan
Efficiency of Some Machin-Like Formulas
Seeing the Chinese Remainder Theorem
Euler's Estimate of Pi
A Family of Generalized Fibonacci and Lucas Numbers
Reconstruction of Vega's Prime Number Table
Using Irrational Square Roots to Create Planar Walks
Paths through a Grid
Plotting Digits of Irrational Numbers
Lagrange's Four-Square Theorem Seen Using Polygons and Lines
Random Domino Tilings
Experimenting with Sums of Primitive Roots of Unity
How Triple Powers of Integers Begin and End
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