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Topic: sqrt(x) without approximation?
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Re: sqrt(x) without approximation?
Posted: Feb 10, 2013 4:14 AM
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On Feb 10, 8:21 am, JT <jonas.thornv...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10 Feb, 02:22, Wally W. <ww8...@aim.com> wrote:
>

> > On Sat, 9 Feb 2013 02:40:56 -0800 (PST), JT wrote:
> > >Is there always such a base for any N that we can write sqrt(N)
> > >without approximation? Would it matter if we use NyaN or standard
> > >bases.

>
> > What is NyaN?
>
> It is a concept of new naturals working in anybase(Nya N swedish), it
> is written out without zeros.
> BASE 3 BELOW
> Dec = NyaNTern=StandardTern
> 1   =1            01
> 2   =2            02
> 3   =3            10
> 4   =11 3+1       11
> 5   =12 3+2       12
> 6   =13 3+3       20
> 7   =21 6+1       21
> 8   =22 6+2       22
> 9   =23 6+3      100
> 10  =31 9+1      101
> 11  =32 9+2      102
> 12  =33 9+3      110
> 13  =111 9+3+1   111
> 14  =112 9+3+2   112
> 15  =113 9+3+3   120
> 16  =121 9+6+1   121
> 17  =122 9+6+2   122
> 18  =123 9+6+3   200
> 19  =131 9+9+1   201
> 20  =132 9+9+2   202
> 21  =133 9+9+3   210
>
> Below ternary fractions in NyaN
> Paragraphs for empty preceding
> entrys to keep track of multiple * bas (Ternary=1,3,9,27,81....)
>
> Fractions = NyaN ternary fraction
> 1/3       = .1
> 2/3       = .2
> 1/9       = .(1)1
> 2/9       = .(1)2
> 1/27      = .(2)1
> 2/27      = .(2)2
> 1/81      = .(3)1
> 2/81      = .(3)2 ...

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