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 A019669 Decimal expansion of Pi/2. 53
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 OFFSET 1,2 COMMENTS With offset 2, decimal expansion of 5*Pi. - Omar E. Pol, Oct 03 2013 Decimal expansion of the number of radians in a quadrant. - John W. Nicholson, Oct 07 2013 Not the same as A085679. First differing term occurs at 10^-49, as list -49, or 51st counting term (a(-49)= 5 and A085679(-49) = 4). - John W. Nicholson, Oct 07 2013 5*Pi is also the surface area of a sphere whose diameter equals the square root of 5. More generally x*Pi is also the surface area of a sphere whose diameter equals the square root of x. - Omar E. Pol, Dec 22 2013 Pi/2 is also the radius of a sphere whose surface area equals the volume of the circumscribed cube. - Omar E. Pol, Dec 27 2013 LINKS Harry J. Smith, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..20000 L. D. Servi, Nested Square Roots of 2, The American Mathematical Monthly 110:4 (Apr. 2003), pp. 326-330. Johan Wästlund, An Elementary Proof of the Wallis Product Formula for pi, The American Mathematical Monthly 114:10 (Dec. 2007), pp. 914-917. Eric W. Weisstein and Jonathan Sondow, Wallis Formula, MathWorld. Wikipedia, Viète's formula FORMULA Pi/2 = log(i)/i, where i = sqrt(-1). - Eric Desbiaux, Jun 27 2009 Pi/2 = Product_{n>=1} (n/(n+1))^((-1)^n)) = 2 * 2/3 * 4/3 * 4/5 * 6/5 * 6/7 * 8/7 * 8/9 * 10/9 * ... (Wallis formula). - William Keith and Alonso del Arte, Jun 24 2012 Equals Sum_{k>1} 2^k/binomial(2*k,k). [Bruno Berselli, Sep 11 2015] The previous result is the particular case n = 1 of the more general identity: Pi/2 = 4^(n-1) * n!/(2*n)! * Sum_{k >= 2} 2^(k+1)*(k + n - 1)!*(k + 2*n - 2)!/(2*k + 2*n - 2)! valid for n = 0,1,2,... . - Peter Bala, Oct 26 2016 Pi/2 = Product_{n>=1} (4*n^2)/(4*n^2-1). - Fred Daniel Kline, Oct 29 2016 Pi/2 = lim_{n->oo} F(2^(n+3))/2, with one half of the area of a regular 2^(n+3)-gon, for n >= 0, inscribed in the unit circle, written as iterated square roots of 2 as F(2^(n+3))/2 = 2^n*sqrt(2 + sq2(n)), with sq2(n) = sqrt(2 + sq2(n-1)), n >= 1, with input sq2(0) = 0 (2 appears n times in sq2(n)). Viète's infinite product formula works with the partial product F(2^(n+2))/2 = Product_{j=1..n} (2/sq2(j)), n >= 1, which corresponds to the above given formula. - Wolfdieter Lang, Jul 06 2018 EXAMPLE Pi/2 = 1.570796326794896619231321691639751442098584699... 5*Pi = 15.70796326794896619231321691639751442098584699... MAPLE Digits:=100: evalf(Pi/2); # Wesley Ivan Hurt, Oct 26 2016 MATHEMATICA RealDigits[N[Pi/2, 200]] (* Vladimir Joseph Stephan Orlovsky, Dec 02 2009 *) PROG (PARI) { default(realprecision, 20080); x=Pi/2; for (n=1, 20000, d=floor(x); x=(x-d)*10; write("b019669.txt", n, " ", d)); } \\ Harry J. Smith, May 31 2009 CROSSREFS Cf. A053300 (continued fraction), A060294 (2/Pi). Cf. A000796, A019692, A122952, A019694 (Pi through 4*Pi). Sequence in context: A216547 A221208 A085679 * A088394 A021950 A072417 Adjacent sequences:  A019666 A019667 A019668 * A019670 A019671 A019672 KEYWORD nonn,cons AUTHOR STATUS approved

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