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What does /sci/ know or where else do I find out more about them?
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Continued fractions
Mathologer has a video on them
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Ramanujan mamoojans
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>>12372370
It's called "Mathfags useless mental game".
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$\frac{-1}{12+\frac{-1}{12+\frac{-1}{12+\frac{-1}{12+\frac{-1}{12+...}}}}}=\infty$
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>>12372389
>Continued
thank you anon
I was trying expanded, stacked, recurring, infinite... getting nothing.
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>>12372527
-6+/-sqrt(35)
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>>12372548
Wrong. It's the inverse operation of [eqn]1+2+3+4+...[/eqn]
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>>12372370
continued fractions
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>>12372576
Nah, that anon is correct.
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>>12372771
Nah, you're both wrong.
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>>12372576
I see. So is that why $-\frac{1}{1} - \frac{1}{2} - \frac{1}{3} - \frac{1}{4} - ... = 12$?

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