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YONG



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revolution wrote:
I see what you did there.

3+4687/Get33102From(1,2,5,9) gives 9 DP.

Wow, you are so observant.

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Post 10 Feb 2017, 03:48
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33101.999864898811523019815150098 would be even better. Don't settle for the plain old 33102.
Post 10 Feb 2017, 03:59
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YONG wrote:
A spinoff challenge:

Using this set of four digits, {1, 2, 5, 9}, form an expression that gives the exact value of 33102.

Same rules apply.

Yes, nice try YONG Smile I strongly suspect your challnge has no solution. You would have to be very lucky if it has a solution in base 10. There will be at least 1 solution in another number base of course, but that would kinda defeat your purpose Wink

And good luck to revolution for his version...

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Post 10 Feb 2017, 05:34
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2+(7+(1+6)^4)^(5/3/98) = 3.14159265 181515

Almost nine places.

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YONG



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Fantastic!

As of now, the best answer is correct to 8 decimal places:

bitRAKE & T.G.: 2+(7+(1+6)^4)^( 5 / 3 / 98 ) = 3.14159265185 ...

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Today is Pi day (depending upon your timezone), doesn't anyone have a new pandigital Pi formula?
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I guess most forum members would rather celebrate White Day!

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White Day was first celebrated in 1978 in Japan.[7] It was started by the National Confectionery Industry Association as an "answer day" to Valentine's Day on the grounds that men should pay back the women who gave them chocolate and other gifts on Valentine's Day.

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Or have nothing to return for White Day, and neither suggest anything for Pi like me, since I'm not that good at this kind of (most?) math. Sad
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I was hoping someone else would verify that I've exhausted the solution space for the given problem. Very Happy
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bitRAKE wrote:
I've exhausted the solution space for the given problem.

That is bad news! Sad

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The 10,958 Problem - Numberphile
https://youtu.be/-ruC5A9EzzE

Can use the existing code.
Actually, a smaller solution space than the PI problem.
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bitRAKE wrote:
The 10,958 Problem - Numberphile
https://youtu.be/-ruC5A9EzzE

Can use the existing code.
Actually, a smaller solution space than the PI problem.

Already watched. But the "solution" is kind of cheating, which requires concatenation of intermediate results. I believe that concatenation of the digits is allowed only in the original/initial expression.

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I had a similar perspective, and was suggesting the solution space should be exhausted to confirm no solution exists.
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