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This issue has some interesting interesting material -

- an article by Donald Knuth of "The Art of Computer Programming" fame and friend/fellow of CHM
- an article by Emma Lehmer, wife of D. H. Lehmer who made several Factoring Machines. and this article about using an IBM 1401 to compute "The Golden Ratio" to 4599 decimal places - without special extended arithmetic subroutines ;-))


1st page

2nd page
followed by
way too many digits ;-))

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Dear Ed Thelen:

Thank you for requesting permission to post

- the cover of the April 1966 issue (Vol. 4, No. 2) of The Fibonacci Quarterly
- the six pages of the article
  "PHI, The Golden Ratio (to 4599 Decimal Places) and Fibonacci Numbers"
  by Murray Berg - starting at page 157

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Curtis Cooper, Editor
The Fibonacci Quarterly
Dept. of Math. & Comp. Sci.
University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg, MO  64093
email: cooper @ ucmo . edu

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