Overlap of the first 2,070 digits of π, φ and e. In some places the digits of all three numbers are the same - these give rise to the Accidental Similarity Number (ASN).
The accidental similarity number is a kind of overlap between numbers. To construct this number for π, φ and e we first write the numbers on top of each other and then identify positions for which the numbers have the same digit.
For more information about this piece, see http://mkweb.bcgsc.ca/accidental-similarity
August 24th, 2013
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