Product of sigma(k)/phi(k)
Paul D Hanna
pauldhanna at juno.com
Fri Jul 8 20:09:42 CEST 2005
To be specific, the continued fraction is:
[1; x - 1, x + 2, x, x, x - 2, x, x + 2, x, x - 2, x + 2, x,
x - 2, x, x, x + 2, x, x - 2, x + 2, x, x, x - 2, x, x + 2,
x - 2, x, x + 2, x, x - 2, x, x, x + 2, x, x - 2, x + 2, x,
x, x - 2, x, x + 2, x, x - 2, x + 2, x, x - 2, x, x, x + 2,
x - 2, x, x + 2, x, x, x - 2, x, x + 2, x - 2, x, x + 2, x, ...]
Is this already in the OEIS?
-- Ralf Stephan <ralf at ark.in-berlin.de> wrote:
> (Does sum {1/x^(2^i)} have a known formula?)
It has continued fraction coefficients satisfying a
bifurcating (d&c) recurrence, for integer x. I conjecture it
is possible to write the cont.frac. in the unknown using
such a recurrence, if Shallit and/or van der Poorten have
not already done so.
ralf
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