Re: Titanic twins whose decimal expansion have 71 digits different
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David Broadhurst"
> > I'm sure 100 digits should be achievableand seaching for k*10^n+-1 makes it easy to find HUGE digit
> Wouldn't BLS freaks find 333 digits _much_ easier than 100?
differences, such as:
found in about a half hour this morning while I was in the shower.
however, I think that Ken's main point was trying to recruit some
new people into the multi-factorial field (and offering a nice little