Can you calculate Pi using a Solver?

01112020, 01:01 AM
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RE: Can you calculate Pi using a Solver?
(01112020 12:34 AM)Namir Wrote:(01112020 12:21 AM)Valentin Albillo Wrote: Far better woould be: It's not a question of "logic" or of being "more sensical". The OP simply was curious to know if it could be done using a Solver so posted it as a kind of "challenge", nothing else. Quote:Your version, based on a singleterm of the the Chudnovsky formula, leaves 355/113 in the dust!!! My version isn't "based on a singleterm of the Chudnovsky formula" as yours is; actually it's based on the Ramanujan's constant, i.e.: cf. Wikipedia: "Ramanujan's constant is the transcendental number e^(Pi*sqrt(163)), which is an almost integer, in that it is very close to an integer: 262,537,412,640,768,743.99999999999925... , approximately equal to 640,320^3+744. [...] This coincidence is explained by complex multiplication and the qexpansion of the jinvariant." V. All My Articles & other Materials here: Valentin Albillo's HP Collection 

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