BBS: Inland Empire Archive Date: 03-20-93 (14:36) Number: 123 From: INBAR RAZ Refer#: NONE To: FRANCIS BURIANEK Recvd: NO Subj: Seconds since 1970 Conf: (1) 80xxx

> You say you know pi to 90??? > I learnt pi to 50, and after a year, decided that was not enough, so I > learnt another 50 in 5 days... > Anyways, excuse me. > I learnt it from a sheet of paper I got from a friend, it had 2500!!! > I've gone a bit rusty since then, but I should still have it to 90. I am > , however interested in the most precise (I heard there were quite a > few) version of the formula. Could you inform me about it? Since this is off-topic, please doNOTreply. Just read. The accurate, yet probably the slowest formula to Pi is: 4 4 4 4 - - - + - - - ... 1 3 5 7 Formula: 4 An = ----------------- (2n-1)*(-1^(n+1)) Inbar Raz --- FMail 0.92 * Origin: Inbar's Point, Yavne, ISRAEL. (2:403/100.42)

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