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Forum: Puzzles 2020-10-16, 19:24
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
So you did, and so I did. :blush: Hmm. The...

So you did, and so I did. :blush:

Hmm. The question of what starting values give bounded sequences is more interesting than I thought!
Forum: Puzzles 2020-10-16, 12:22
Replies: 32
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
Yes, ten is not a decimal digit. Another...

Yes, ten is not a decimal digit.

Another possibility is to interpret a sum of 10 as 1,0.

This is precisely why I asked Uncwilly. It was his rule, so it's his call on what to do when the rule...
Forum: Puzzles 2020-10-16, 11:52
Replies: 32
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
No, Uncwilly gave the rule: Add the number of...

No, Uncwilly gave the rule: Add the number of letters in the (English) names for two consecutive digits to get the next digit.

This would appear to be problematic when you start with 1, 3. Hence...
Forum: Puzzles 2020-10-16, 00:32
Replies: 32
Views: 2,071
Posted By Dr Sardonicus
I asked you first.

I asked you first.
Forum: Puzzles 2020-10-15, 15:28
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Views: 2,071
Posted By Dr Sardonicus
What about the sequence that begins 1, 3, ...?

What about the sequence that begins 1, 3, ...?
Forum: Puzzles 2020-10-15, 12:47
Replies: 32
Views: 2,071
Posted By Dr Sardonicus
I'll state an obvious answer, the digits of the...

I'll state an obvious answer, the digits of the decimal expansion of 34/100 + 989/99900 = 6991/19980.
Forum: Puzzles 2020-10-12, 15:34
Replies: 32
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Posted By Dr Sardonicus
For base 30, you only concatenated the primes up...

For base 30, you only concatenated the primes up to 23. You missed the prime 29.

Likewise for 908, you missed the prime 907.
Forum: Puzzles 2020-10-12, 14:48
Replies: 32
Views: 2,071
Posted By Dr Sardonicus
Not in base three, it isn't...

Not in base three, it isn't...
Forum: Puzzles 2020-10-12, 14:24
Replies: 32
Views: 2,071
Posted By Dr Sardonicus
Depends what you mean by "in common." The number...

Depends what you mean by "in common." The number pi and the sequence of primes are both mathematical concepts, so they have that in common.

Although not something "in common," the following...
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