Can you calculate Pi using a Solver (on the prime)?

12182019, 01:24 PM
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RE: Can you calculate Pi using a Solver (on the prime)?
This shows (on XCas) that FNROOT can not be nested
XCas>FNF(v):={local FVAR; purge(FVAR); print(v); FNROOT(Gamma(FVAR)=v,FVAR=0..1)[0]} XCas>m := makelist(FNF, 1.75, 1.8, 0.01) v:1.75 v:1.76 v:1.77 v:1.78 v:1.79 v:1.8 → [0.506546500849,0.503607372216,0.500706197505,0.497842178366,0.495014540318,0.492222531811] XCas>map(m, Gamma) // confirm FNF = Gamma^{1}, at least for domain [1.75,1.8] → [1.75,1.76,1.77,1.78,1.79,1.8] XCas>FNROOT(FNF(sqrt(x))=0.5, x=3) // unable to get value of sqrt(x) into FNF v:sqrt(x) "Error: Invalid dimension" 

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Can you calculate Pi using a Solver (on the prime)?  Stevetuc  12172019, 08:08 AM
RE: Can you calculate Pi using a Solver (on the prime)?  Valentin Albillo  12172019, 03:54 PM
RE: Can you calculate Pi using a Solver (on the prime)?  Stevetuc  12172019, 04:16 PM
RE: Can you calculate Pi using a Solver (on the prime)?  Valentin Albillo  12182019, 03:02 AM
RE: Can you calculate Pi using a Solver (on the prime)?  Stevetuc  12182019, 05:51 AM
RE: Can you calculate Pi using a Solver (on the prime)?  Albert Chan  12182019 01:24 PM

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