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Rational sums of inverse powers of fixed points of e
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jaydfox Wrote:The first one looks about right, meaning it looks familiar at a glance.

Ahh, just I got it myself. I got for the first few approximations (upscaled by factorials)
Code:
-1
          -1
           2
           9
          -6
        -155
        -232
        3969
       20870
     -118779
    -1655028
so I have it now. But for the first n=96 entries I needed ~120 secs, using also only 96 fixpoints (Eulersumming them).
Gottfried
Gottfried Helms, Kassel
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RE: Rational sums of inverse powers of fixed points of e - by Gottfried - 11/21/2007, 12:52 PM

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