i need help to solve this exercise

To prove the continued fraction of (d^2 +1)^(1/2) is [d;2d,2d,2d,….]

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- October 3rd 2009, 11:01 AMuserContinued fraction
i need help to solve this exercise

To prove the continued fraction of (d^2 +1)^(1/2) is [d;2d,2d,2d,….] - October 4th 2009, 07:19 AMSoroban
Hello, user!

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Prove that the continued fraction of . . is .

- October 5th 2009, 09:16 AMuseranswer
Hi friend. Thanks for your answer.

I had another solution finding

alpha zero, a0 to obtain that a 3 this is the integer part of alpha 3 is [d; 2d,2d,2d,... ] but this solution is a little more larger than your solution

Bye see you soon - November 5th 2009, 11:37 AMuser
Hi friends. How can i prove that the neutral element to the sum is unique.

Thank you

Sincrely, user