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TY - CHAP
TI - It’s a Harmonic World
AU - Dyson, Freeman
A2 - Havil, Julian
AB - We will now take a brief look at several of the ways in which${H_n}$appears, and the pattern of numbers$1,\;\tfrac{1}{2},\;\tfrac{1}{3},\; \ldots $forming its terms appear, in some areas of considerable diversity. The selection is by no means comprehensive and each initiative can be developed (in some cases very considerably) beyond where we leave it, but to delve deeper or to embrace more widelywould engulf more pages than this book could afford. Firstly, though, we ought to address the question of the name ‘harmonic’.

With two numbers*a*and*b*, if one had to write down three examples of an

EP - 138
PB - Princeton University Press
PY - 2003
SN - 9780691141336
SP - 119
T2 - Gamma
T3 - Exploring Euler's Constant
UR - www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt7sd75.18
Y2 - 2020/08/05/
ER -