Number Theory


A Proof of Benfords Law in Geometric Series

Authors: Jeozadaque Marcos

We show in this paper another proof of Benford’s Law. The idea starts with the problem of to find the first digit of a power. Then we deduced a function to calculate the first digit of any power a j called L f function. The theorem 1.2 its a consequence of the periodicity of the $L_f$ function.

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[v1] 2018-09-03 20:40:44

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