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And at Pr+1. We now take circles Dr of radius 2 pr, such that Cr and Dr touch internally at P. (Fig. 7). The circles Dr and Dr+ 1 meet outside the circles Cr and Cr, 1, so that there is an intersection between P. and Pr+ I and outside the Jarnik polygon. We can Dr+l FIG. 7 The discrepancy of a polygon 33 join P and P,+ 1 by a smooth curve E, which has the same tangent and radius of curvature at the point P, as the circle D, and has the same tangent and radius of curvature at the point Pr+ 1 as the circle D,+ 1, and has radius of curvature at most 4HVV.
The Jarnik s polygon 31 Gauss circle problem is to estimate the discrepancy for the circle radius M centred at the origin. Special methods (Hardy 1915, Landau 1915) show that the discrepancy for the circle is sometimes as large as M1/2f(M), where f(M) is a function tending slowly to infinity. Discrepancy is so subtle that we do not know whether the circle is likely to have a larger or a smaller discrepancy than a general smooth curve. The boldest conjecture would be that if C is sufficiently smooth, then D(M) < 2) for all n >- 2 by induction. We find that rn-1 -x= qn-1 (-1)nxn+1 qn-1(gnxn+l +qn-1) and rn (-1)nxn+1 qn gn(gnxn+l + qn-1) Both these differences have the same sign, which is that of (-1)", since xn + 1, q,, and qn _ 1 are positive. 1. qn +qn-1z2gn-1, gnqn+l ? 2gngn-1, and by induction gnqn+l ? 2"gogl ? 4. Similarly we have rn+1 qn+1 rn qn _ rn - I rn qn-1 qn 1 (a, 0 1 _ n-1 - (qn-1 )s_1Ts. r We note that, although S-1 = -S as matrices, in the action of the modular group PSL (2, Z), S-1 = S.
2) for all n >- 2 by induction. We find that rn-1 -x= qn-1 (-1)nxn+1 qn-1(gnxn+l +qn-1) and rn (-1)nxn+1 qn gn(gnxn+l + qn-1) Both these differences have the same sign, which is that of (-1)", since xn + 1, q,, and qn _ 1 are positive. 1. qn +qn-1z2gn-1, gnqn+l ? 2gngn-1, and by induction gnqn+l ? 2"gogl ? 4. Similarly we have rn+1 qn+1 rn qn _ rn - I rn qn-1 qn 1 (a, 0 1 _ n-1 - (qn-1 )s_1Ts. r We note that, although S-1 = -S as matrices, in the action of the modular group PSL (2, Z), S-1 = S.