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Approximating Pi with Trigonometric-Polynomial Integrals
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The Music of Mathematical Constants
Solid and Dihedral Angles of a Tetrahedron
Cylinder Hemisphere Cone
Ramanujan's Strange Formula for Pi
Duffin's Sequence for Pi
Three Calculations of Pi Before 1800
Random Walk Generated by the Digits of Pi
Machin's Computation of Pi
Pi = 4?
Visible Lattice Points and Approximations to Pi
Flow of Pi, E, Gamma, and Phi
Computing Pi the Chudnovsky Way
Reconstruction of Vega's First Calculation of Pi
Gauss-Legendre Approximation of Pi
Efficiency of Some Machin-Like Formulas
Euler's Estimate of Pi
Newton's Pi Approximation
Vega's Second Calculation of Pi
Vega's Calculation of Pi
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