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Marvin Ray Burns
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If, above this reply, you see the picture followed by the words Reply | Flag, \you will need to refresh the page in order to see that post written by AI.. "§A. Possibly the most epigrammatic closed forms for checking up to 10^10 digits of CMRB!" ...
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Using Mathematica, I've made a notable contribution to mathematics that I'm verry proud of! Search "MRB constant." and see https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/366628 Is there anything you would like me to do for you, or maybe your...
Here is a 6,532,490 digit near rational approximation involving the MRB constant. &[Wolfram Notebook][1] [1]: https://www.wolframcloud.com/obj/46045183-33fa-4de1-b6bb-1bda59384958
You can use Bing AI and Google CPT to make Mathematica code. They will give you a good start, but occasionally you must make a few corrections. ![enter image description here][1] This time the AI pulled off what it promised without error! ...
Ther following question came about from my Mathematica 13.2.1 by feeding the following Wolfram MathWorld reference commands into an AI chat: &[Wolfram Notebook][1] Per Wolfram MathWorld's [MRB constant][2], [Euler-Mascheroni Constant][3]...
Sometimes you have to do a little analysis on simpler forms compared to the full expression and make a guess. But come to find out none of this was necessary; see Gianluca Gorni's reply. [1]:...
Here it is—a video of the lecture. https://youtu.be/5rqz-qVCjNY The volume is a little low, so turn up your volume.
The MRB constant record computations are given [here][1] in the Wolfram community. To help in the loading times of that extensive discussion, I've moved its applications to this separate discussion. **C** *MRB* and its applications ...
Does n have to be a positive integer?