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By Robert B. Burckel

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M+1 Selected Area Computations 31 Notice that by the Binomial Theorem the ratio (n + 1)m+1 nm+1 may be written as q1 (n) nm+1 for some new polynomial q1 (n) of degree at most m. This gives 1+ Ai = q0 (n − 1) q2 (n) bm+1 bm+1 [1 + [1 + m+1 ] ] < A < A = o m+1 m+1 n m+1 n for some polynomial q2 (n) incorporating all the lower order terms in Ao . Thus the area under the graph of xm from x = 0 to x = b is A= bm+1 , m+1 which is of course well known from calculus. 3 The computation of π The number π is both the area of a circle of radius 1 and half the circumference of the same circle.

These values of sin(θ) can be calculated using the half-angle formulas sin(θ/2) = 1 − cos(θ) , 2 cos(θ/2) = 1 + cos(θ) . 2 It will suffice √ to work primarily with cos(θ). The idea is to start with cos(π/4) = 2/2 and repeatedly use the half-angle formulas. 9808. Since sin2 (θ)+cos2 (θ) = 1, the values for sin(2π/2n ) may be computed, and then An may be used to approximate π. 12. 1), 0 < π − A4 < 8/24 = 1/2, 0 < π − A5 < 8/25 = 1/4. 19. 6: 35 C G E D B F Polygonal approximation of a circle We have used trigonometry to obtain this estimate of the value of π.

Throw out one horse, which is not the chosen white one. Now you have a collection of K horses, and at least 1 is white, so all K are white. Now bring back the ejected horse, toss out another one, repeat the argument, and all K + 1 horses are white. Since there is a white horse somewhere in the world, all horses are white!! 6. Show that for any positive integer n the number n2 is the sum of the first n odd numbers, n2 = n (2k − 1). k=1 Discrete Calculus 21 7. Suppose that for nonnegative integers m the function T satisfies the recurrence formula T (2m ) ≤ aT (2m−1 ) + b2m , m ≥ 1, T (1) ≤ b.

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