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π APPROXIMATIONS 4!!!!!!!
LizFoster (640)

Hooray, it is finally here! I struggled a bit with finding ones that I haven't done for this one, and I hope I've got original ones here for you all. Make sure to check out the functions for specific insight on how they all work. As always, let me know if you have any questions, feedback or suggestions, and if you're as interested in π, I'm always down for a good chat! ^_^"

Enjoy!!~

Also, a huge thank you to @AmazingMech2418 for helping me in finding a few of these ^##^

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Jakman (449)

I aint big on math but im gonna upvote out of dedication to this project.

DynamicSquid (4924)

you should do a 500 cycle special

LizFoster (640)

@DynamicSquid You're right! Got any suggestions?

DynamicSquid (4924)

@LizFoster hmm... I'm not really good at coming up with new idea, so maybe this will sound lame, but you should use Python to "visualize" some of your Pi estimates. maybe an animation showing how the math works out?

LizFoster (640)

@DynamicSquid That. would. be. so. FUN!

PYer (4009)

Hey @LizFoster! I've checked out every post of yours and have liked them though I don't understand anything! The only problem is, I'm never signed in, so I'm going to go through and upvote your posts.

LizFoster (640)

@PYer Oh, thank you so much! I'm glad you like my stuff enough to get your upvotes. ^ ^*

PYer (4009)

I'm looking forward to see what else you post. @LizFoster :)

LizFoster (640)

@PYer Great! I've got big things planned, so make sure to watch for those. :D

AgastyaSandhuja (170)

the digits pi is infinite, and so are the number of possible ways we can approximate pi.
Keep up the amazing work!

LizFoster (640)

@AgastyaSandhuja Thanks, I will try my best!

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omg you guys love pi so much :D

AmazingMech2418 (1087)

It is a private repl currently... You have to make it public...

AmazingMech2418 (1087)

@LizFoster Great job! Quite a few are pretty accurate (14 digits)! I think the only one that isn't is the Borwein and Bailey one.

LizFoster (640)

@AmazingMech2418 Yeah, that one isn't all that great for accuracy... (Lol)

LizFoster (640)

If you'd like some links to websites that list π approximations or explain how some of them work, just ask and I'd be happy to oblige. #^_^#

TheForArkLD (770)

Cool!
(And are you japanese? I can view japan school name from your profile)

LizFoster (640)

@TheForArkLD Thank you!

Also, maybe..? ^~^**
Why do you ask, are you Japanese?

RiRIBanana (0)

why is there Chinese?

LizFoster (640)

@RiRIBanana It is actually Japanese, as that is the name of the person that famously calculated π with that method.

AmazingMech2418 (1087)

Maybe, for #5, you could do trigonometric infinite series...

LizFoster (640)

@AmazingMech2418 Ooh! You've gotten me interested now...!