Rational approximations to certain numbers
- B. G. Tasoev
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The exact order of approximation to certain numbers by rational numbers is established. The basic tool for this purpose is an expansion in regular continued fractions. Some new such expansions are also derived.
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- Rational approximations to certain numbers
Volume 67, Issue 6 , pp 786-791
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- rational approximation
- continued-fraction expansion
- Euler expansion
- Fibonacci sequence
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- B. G. Tasoev (1)
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- 1. Institute of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, State Scientific Center of the Republic of North Osetiya-Alaniya, USSR