Centavigesimal would be an excellent base if it were not very large, as it is adjacent to two composite numbers (119 = 7 * 17 and 121 = 11^2). In other words, sevenths, elevenths, and seventeenths don't have long recurring periods, so in a per-digit sense it is elegant for a lot of fractions.
Ideally, alternating decimal and dozenal would fit centavigesimal well. On the other hand, writing each digit as a decimal number from 0 to 119 and separating them with commas looks like this:
fcg710647: krisko - do you mean e as in Euler's number? Or E for el (dozenal eleven character)
Aug 21, 2018 8:50:40 GMT -8
krisko: #HI i seek the sequence (answer) for the following in dozenal: sq root of E
Jan 24, 2018 7:40:25 GMT -8
Buffoonery: @wendy If you want to write about Base 120, feel free to write all about it in the Centivigesimal folder I just created. I'll be interested to hear why you're interested in it!
Jul 26, 2017 23:33:54 GMT -8