[PD] number to fractions external?
Mathieu Bouchard
matju at artengine.ca
Sun Dec 18 07:35:02 CET 2011
Le 2011-12-16 à 15:51:00, i go bananas a écrit :
> (using the 'division method' like this: http://easycalculation.com/what-is-hcf.php )
The division method is much more known as Euclid's Algorithm...
And I never saw it named HCF before. Always PGCD in French and GCD in
English.
By the way, GridFlow has an operator for computing one or many GCD at
once : [# gcd].
Here's a visualisation of the GCD of all combinations of numbers from 0 to
255 :
http://gridflow.ca/gallery/gcd.gif
I made it in fév.2003... it's one of the oldest GridFlow patches ever.
> then just divide n and 100000 by that factor. actually, that means it's
> accurate to 6 decimal places, i guess. well...whatever :D
100000 means 5 decimal places. A million is 6 decimal places. You can see
that by looking at how 10, 100, 1000, etc. multiply with each other, and
also, logarithms in base 10.
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