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Continued Fractions

Tool to compute continued fractions. A continued fraction is the representation of a number N in a form of a series of integers (a0, a1, ..., an) such as N = (a0+1/(a1+1/(a2+1/(...1/(an))).

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Tool to compute continued fractions. A continued fraction is the representation of a number N in a form of a series of integers (a0, a1, ..., an) such as N = (a0+1/(a1+1/(a2+1/(...1/(an))).

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How to calculate a continued fraction?

Continued fraction expansion is close to algorithm of euclidean divisionhref, as for PGCD.

Consider the fraction 355/113 = 3.14159292035...

355 = 3 * 113 + 16
113 = 7 * 16 + 1
16 = 16 * 1 + 0

The continued fraction is [3,7,16]

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