On Saturday, 8 March 2014 21:01:55 UTC+2, Spac...@hotmail.com wrote: > I did not actually "do the integration; > > I noticed that it was "in the icosahedron, > > over twenty years ago, just like the golden section is in it; > > it's just the very next thing that one should measure > > (using the pythagorean theorem > > > > however, theses infinite integrations are done all of the time, > > ever since Liebniz established the means to do so > > > > > You can't get the constant in any way, because it's NOT a constant. So why are you carrying on about this in every comment? > > \Brun's constant is not a) > > rational, and it is not b) > > transcendental
It is an ill-formed sum. I know it's partial sums are always rational. It can't be computed, so it does not exist as a "limit" or anything else.