Java Exercises: Compute a specified formula

Java Basic: Exercise-10 with Solution

Write a Java program to compute a specified formula.

Specified Expression :
4.0 * (1 - (1.0/3) + (1.0/5) - (1.0/7) + (1.0/9) - (1.0/11))

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Java: Compute a specified formula

Sample Solution:

Java Code:

public class Exercise10 {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        double result = 4.0 * (1 - (1.0/3) + (1.0/5) - (1.0/7) + (1.0/9) - (1.0/11));
        System.out.println(result); //

Sample Output:



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