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  • In mathematics, an infinite periodic continued fraction is a continued fraction that can be placed in the formwhere the initial block of k + 1 partial denominators is followed by a block [ak+1, ak+2,…ak+m] of partial denominators that repeats over and over again, ad infinitum. For example can be expanded to a periodic continued fraction, namely as [1,2,2,2,...].The partial denominators {ai} can in general be any real or complex numbers. That general case is treated in the article convergence problem. The remainder of this article is devoted to the subject of simple continued fractions that are also periodic. In other words, the remainder of this article assumes that all the partial denominators ai (i ≥ 1) are positive integers.
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  • Claude Brezinski
  • M. Couchouron
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  • Alan Baker
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  • Baker
  • Alain Faisant
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  • A Concise Introduction to the Theory of Numbers
  • Ces étranges fractions qui n'en finissent pas
  • Développement d’un réel en fractions continues
  • L'équation diophantienne du second degré
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  • In mathematics, an infinite periodic continued fraction is a continued fraction that can be placed in the formwhere the initial block of k + 1 partial denominators is followed by a block [ak+1, ak+2,…ak+m] of partial denominators that repeats over and over again, ad infinitum. For example can be expanded to a periodic continued fraction, namely as [1,2,2,2,...].The partial denominators {ai} can in general be any real or complex numbers.
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  • Fraction continue d'un irrationnel quadratique
  • Periodic continued fraction
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