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Is there any interesting ways to find pi?

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Try the Gregory Series, It uses a sequence to find the value of Pi

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  • $\begingroup$ I hope this helped $\endgroup$ – Shajinator Mar 11 '16 at 23:01
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$$ \pi = \sqrt{6(1 + \frac 1{2^2} + \frac 1{3^2} + \frac 1{4^2} + \frac 1{5^2}...)}$$

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