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Backhouse's constant is a mathematical constant named after Nigel Backhouse. Its value is approximately 1.456 074 948.
- Backhouse, N. (1995), Formal reciprocal of a prime power series, unpublished note
- Flajolet, Philippe (November 25, 1995), On the existence and the computation of Backhouse's constant, Unpublished manuscript. Reproduced in Les cahiers de Philippe Flajolet, Hsien-Kuei Hwang, June 19, 2014, accessed 2014-12-06.
- Weisstein, Eric W., "Backhouse's Constant", MathWorld.
- A030018, A074269, A088751
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