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 six =
2.4494897427831780981972840747058913919659474806566701284326925672509603774573
15026539859433104640234818594601226614189124858865459837757341625783951237278552
82891274752767657124763010527091177022348131067898669085363244335254560403380880
89393745855678465747243613041442702702161742018383000815898078380130897007286939
93630837158094400800443738687549164514653939145012044726448133316293510944741813
51328549504446617172663142549764831812450401156604536459009343586167931983665666
26690913190653586376610525815617936623617911029467208835457551288355298983241005
