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Topic: 163/log(163)
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Hauke Reddmann

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Re: 163/log(163)
Posted: Apr 8, 2002 10:19 AM
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Jim Ferry <jferry@[delete_this]uiuc.edu> wrote:
> In another thread it was pointed out that

> 163/log(163) = 31.999998738490082675758...

> Is this being so close to 32 just a coincidence,
> or is there some sophisticated explanation akin
> to the one for why exp(pi sqrt(163)) is close to
> an integer?


67/log(67)=15.9345774031
43/log(43)=11.432521184
...nah, with class number 1 it's NOT connected.
It's just the same 163 :-)
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