//

// Now that we are familiar with the principles of multi threading, we

// boldly venture into a practical example from mathematics.

// We will determine the circle number PI with sufficient accuracy.

//

// There are different methods for this, and some of them are several

// hundred years old. For us, the dusty procedures are surprisingly well

// suited to our exercise. Because the mathematicians of the time didn’t

// have fancy computers with which we can calculate something like this

// in seconds today.

// Whereby, of course, it depends on the accuracy, i.e. how many digits

// after the decimal point we are interested in.

// But these old procedures can still be tackled with paper and pencil,

// which is why they are easier for us to understand.

// …

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