The complete p-elliptic integrals are generalizations of the complete elliptic integrals by the generalized trigonometric function sin pθ and its half-period πp. It is shown, only for p= 4 , that the generalized p-elliptic integrals yield a computation formula of πp in terms of the arithmetic–geometric mean. This is a πp-version of the celebrated formula of π, independently proved by Brent and Salamin in 1976.
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- Algebra and Number Theory