I will write on some mathematics ideas. Basel Problem. I have found out solution angles to it.

I shall write about it.

The Basel problem was; what is

1+1/2²+1/3²+1/4²+ . . . . . equal to.

1/2² is 1²/2² , 1²/3² and so on. These are nothing but angles in a semicircle. Have you understood this point. i.e tan²theta.

So, therefore, pi squared term is really there. Because pi is circumference by diameter. Circle is a truth.

Now, I wrote about doubling and 1/4th stuff earlier.

Doubling meaning alternate terms and 1/4th of this term should be interesting. Is it not? Won't such a result be interesting?

Yes.

I do not fully understand how to go about it.

I feel 1 has to be included. And alternate terms have to one-fourthed and not negated.

So what is

1+1/2²+1/4*3²+1/4²+1/4*5²+ . . . . . . equalt to or approaches.

It approaches 1.275, for sure. What is special about 1.275?

Well, 1.275 multiplied by √6 is 3.14 (possibly pi).

Which means pi by √6 is the above equation. This equation when squared(yes !!) is the Basel problem equation.

This means,

1+1/2²+1/3²+1/4²+ . . . . . equal to pi squared by 6.

I shall write about it.

The Basel problem was; what is

1+1/2²+1/3²+1/4²+ . . . . . equal to.

1/2² is 1²/2² , 1²/3² and so on. These are nothing but angles in a semicircle. Have you understood this point. i.e tan²theta.

So, therefore, pi squared term is really there. Because pi is circumference by diameter. Circle is a truth.

Now, I wrote about doubling and 1/4th stuff earlier.

Doubling meaning alternate terms and 1/4th of this term should be interesting. Is it not? Won't such a result be interesting?

Yes.

I do not fully understand how to go about it.

I feel 1 has to be included. And alternate terms have to one-fourthed and not negated.

So what is

1+1/2²+1/4*3²+1/4²+1/4*5²+ . . . . . . equalt to or approaches.

It approaches 1.275, for sure. What is special about 1.275?

Well, 1.275 multiplied by √6 is 3.14 (possibly pi).

Which means pi by √6 is the above equation. This equation when squared(yes !!) is the Basel problem equation.

This means,

1+1/2²+1/3²+1/4²+ . . . . . equal to pi squared by 6.