What follows are the first 1 million digits of the square root of 3. Actually,
slightly more than 1 million digits are given here. These digits were computed
by Robert Nemiroff (George Mason University and NASA Goddard Space Flight
Center) checked by Jerry Bonnell (University Space Research Association and
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center). They were computed during spare time on a
VAX alpha class machine over the course of a weekend. We do NOT guarantee the
accuracy of these digits. Although these digits have been checked once we
encourage others to check them as well.
We have computed at least 10 million digits of the square root of
two as well as several digits of the number e and the square roots of other
numbers. These are available on this mosaic server (URL:
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/htmltest/rjn.html). We welcome comments.
 Robert Nemiroff and Jerry Bonnell
The square root of three =
1.7320508075688772935274463415058723669428052538103806280558069794519330169088
00037081146186757248575675626141415406703029969945094998952478811655512094373648
52809323190230558206797482010108467492326501531234326690332288665067225466892183
79712270471316603678615880190499865373798593894676503475065760507566183481296061
00947602187190325083145829523959832997789824508288714463832917347224163984587855
39766795806381835366611084317378089437831610208830552490167002352071114428869599
09563657970871684980728994932964842830207864086039887386975375823173178313959929
83007838702877053913369563312103707264019249106768231199288375641141422016742752
