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# One of the earliest approximations to ? is . Verify that .

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Problem 81AE

One of the earliest approximations to π is . Verify that . Why can you conclude that ?

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Problem 81AE

One of the earliest approximations to π is . Verify that . Why can you conclude that ?

Step 1;

Now , we have to verify ; 0 < dx = -

Consider …………(1)

, by using binomial distribution  can be written as ;

=

=

= .

=  =

= ) -………(2)

= ) -)dx

= ) -dx

=) -dx

= - 4+5- 4+4x - 4

=  - 4+5- 4+4x - 4

Step 2 of 2

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