On 10/07/2013 02:15 PM, Michael F. Stemper wrote: > On 10/07/2013 12:46 PM, Robin Chapman wrote:
>> You do need to care about the value of log |sin(1/m)|. >> Note that here m = 1/n in the original problem, so that >> m is a reciprocal of a natural number. With this class of m, >> 1/m can be arbitrarily close to an integer multiple of pi, > > Can it be arbitrarily close to any integer multiple of pi other > than zero?
Never mind. I realized that it doesn't matter to your proof.
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