By adapting Euclid's algorithm, and integers a; b lying between 1 and 1000
such that their quotient a/b agrees with the constant pi up
to 6 decimal places (3.14159265)
Any help with be much appreciated!
Hello, mx-!
I don't see how to "adapt Euclid algorithm",
. . but there is a continued fraction approach.
By adapting Euclid's algorithm, find integers between 1 and 1000 such that
their quotient agrees with the constant up to 6 decimal places (3.14159265)
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This is the only solution to this problem.