:gem:Powell’s Pi Paradox is a fascinating mathematical gem that uses an infinite series to approximate Pi.
:infinity:The series converges very slowly, with a million terms only giving a few correct decimal places of Pi.
:chart_with_upwards_trend:Indian mathematicians discovered hidden patterns in the series that allowed for more accurate approximations of Pi.
:abcd:Correction terms were introduced to adjust the approximation and improve the accuracy.
:sparkles:The correction terms reveal fascinating patterns and coincidences between the approximation and the actual value of Pi.