Can you calculate Pi using a Solver?

12122019, 11:24 AM
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RE: Can you calculate Pi using a Solver?
I found a couple of notgreat examples of the sort of thing I might hope exists...
There's a good approximation for pi as a root of an 8th order polynomial: 0=1−1635840576x−343853312x^2 +60576043008x^3 +1865242664960x^4 −16779556159488x^5 +37529045696512x^6 −29726424956928x^7 +6181548457984x^8 And there's a bad approximation as a solution to x=(1+1/x)^(x+1) Here's a quartic: 0=16160x+168600x^2841000x^3+250625x^4 

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