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Topic: e, pi and the 10th degree polynomial
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Ron

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Registered: 6/1/10
Re: e, pi and the 10th degree polynomial
Posted: Jul 24, 2010 10:33 PM
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On Jul 24, 10:30 pm, "Jon" <jon8...@peoplepc.com> wrote:
> "Virgil" <Vir...@home.esc> wrote in message
>
> news:Virgil-8F0A7F.22431423072010@bignews.usenetmonster.com...
>

> > In article <psudnbNgP4yS99fRnZ2dnUVZ_hqdn...@earthlink.com>,
> > "Jon" <jon8...@peoplepc.com> wrote:

>
> >>http://jons-math.bravehost.com/eandpi.html
>
> > I find that you first summation is about 1.58195 which is not half of pi.
>
> > I find that you second sum works out to be about 16.4, which is not even
> > close to half of pi.

>
> It's close enough to be of significance.


That sentence is just nonsense. One can get "close" to pi/2 with any
number of finite sums.



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