Ramanujan's cubic continued fraction revisited

@article{Chan2007RamanujansCC,
  title={Ramanujan's cubic continued fraction revisited},
  author={Heng Huat Chan and Kok Loo},
  journal={Acta Arithmetica},
  year={2007},
  volume={126},
  pages={305-313}
}
In this article, we derive a sequence of numbers which converge to 1/π. We will also derive a new series for 1/π. These new results are motivated by the study of Ramanujan’s cubic continued fraction. 
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