Anyway, here's what I've made today: https://factorisation-list.glitch.me
A never-ending list of factorisations. Turns out that you can't scroll faster than the absolutely most naive algorithm imaginable can keep up with.
This came about because I was wondering if there's anything I can use the department's continuously-fed printer for. I want something that more or less fills the width of the page, but can carry on for a long time. Factorisation doesn't work - really long factorisations are rare - but maybe lists of factors would?
prompted by OHSMaths on Twitter, I've made a variant that lists the repeating decimal form of 1/n: https://reciprocals-list.glitch.me/
This variant might work printed out: the period gets really really long sometimes!
A Mastodon instance for maths people. The kind of people who make \(\pi z^2 \times a\) jokes.
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