# Pi (Ramanujan's formula) Calculator

## Calculates circular constant Pi using the Ramanujan-type formula. | ||

The calculation ends when two consecutive results are the same. The accuracy of π improves by increasing the number of digits for calculation. In 1914, the Indian mathematician Ramanujan discovered the formula for computing Pi that converges rapidly. In 1987, Chudnovsky brothers discovered the Ramanujan-type formula that converges more rapidly. |

Pi (Ramanujan's formula)

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- Just curious due to my undergraduate training in pure math, as well as Ramanujan's religion experience's help on the novel math discovery

[1] 2018/09/27 23:50 Male / 30 years old level / An office worker / A public employee / A little /

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- Wanted to find Ramanujan''s formula for pi because I was told it''s messy as heck. It is.

[2] 2017/10/14 05:36 Female / Under 20 years old / High-school/ University/ Grad student / Useful /

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- Mathematics EE for International Baccalaureate

[3] 2015/11/11 10:28 Male / Under 20 years old / High-school/ University/ Grad student / Useful /

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- Checked out these methods because of my curiosity and background in mathematics.....
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- Keep on making these items available to the general public...

[4] 2015/03/07 03:38 Male / 60 years old level or over / A retired people / Useful /

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- actually looking for binomial expansion pi = -2 + 2*series where series = 2^r/(n, r)

[5] 2015/02/10 03:41 Male / 40 years old level / An engineer / Useful /

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- school project
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- details.

[6] 2014/11/06 13:55 Male / Under 20 years old / Elementary school/ Junior high-school student / Very /

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- Ramanujan method in hindi
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- Ramanujan method translate into the hindi

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