Compute tan (1/55555) (angle is in degree) on a calculator.
in the denominator you can use any number of 5’s, the more the better. You should
get an interesting number. Is it a coincidence, can you explain it?
(In reply to
re: Again, quite interesting by Charlie)
To be honest, Charlie, I assumed there was an error in the question, because degrees just produces tan(pi/10^n) with an obvious result, given that tan(x) is approximately x for very small x.
I apologise if that was wrong.

Posted by broll
on 20190605 13:14:17 