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Why is $\frac{\sqrt{6}}{32}(29 + \sqrt{145}) \approx \pi$ ?
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Why Are Weber Polynomial Coefficients Smaller than Hilbert Polynomial Coefficients?
Nice references. Thank you, Wadim.
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