[seqfan] Re: Algebraic numbers of high degree

Joerg Arndt arndt at jjj.de
Fri Oct 31 19:53:16 CET 2014

The sequence of values (in the Feigenbaum cascade) towards the Myrberg point
that correspond to super-stable 2^n-orbits should
give a neat set of ("cons,hard,more") seqs with algebraic
degrees as big as wanted (with the sequence of the actual
algebraic degrees a very fine sample of "hard,more").

Best,  jj

* Charles Greathouse <charles.greathouse at case.edu> [Oct 31. 2014 11:41]:
> I just approved sequence A248424, an algebraic number of degree 86400. Are
> there other algebraic constants of high degree in the OEIS? I don't want to
> suggest that this is a record, but it seems rare to find such high degree
> 'in the wild' as it were. (This may be an artifact of our limited nature.)
> For example, I've seen Conway's constant A014715 used as an example of a
> high-degree constant, but it's much lower in degree than this one.
> Charles Greathouse
> Analyst/Programmer
> Case Western Reserve University
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