Can you calculate Pi using a Solver?

12102019, 09:07 PM
(This post was last modified: 12102019 09:36 PM by jthole.)
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RE: Can you calculate Pi using a Solver?
(12102019 07:45 PM)JurgenRo Wrote:(12092019 03:35 PM)Valentin Albillo Wrote: If your Solver has Square Root and Factorial, this one from Ramanujan converges very fast and it's quite simple, few bytes to program it and only a few terms to add up for full precision... Converges much more slowly though. I just let it run from n=0 to 1 million (on the 17Bii simulator on my iPhone), and the difference with the Pi constant is still 9,5x10E7. In contrast, the one suggested by Valentin already equals the Pi constant for n=2. I'll test it on the 17Bii later, to see how much slower than the iPhone 7 it is Edit: in order not to pollute this thread, I posted the results here: https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread14101.html 11C, 12C, 17Bii, DM42 

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