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Infinite series in pi just discovered
Posted:
Dec 8, 2012 2:04 PM


1= (N*pi)^2/3!  (N*pi)^4/5! + (N*pi)^6/7! (N*pi)^8/9! +...
Where N is an integer not equal to zero.
Also,
f((2N1)*pi/2)=1+((1)^N)*2/((2N1)pi) where N is an integer not equal to zero.



