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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

all I know about it is that it is 3.14

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    basically pi is the number we get if we divide the perimeter of a circle by its diameter

  2. anonymous
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    it is a universal constant and its also an irrational numer. that is it cannot be written as a fraction a/b. The decimal 'goes on forever'.

  3. anonymous
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    :) thank you. Now I get it. :)

  4. anonymous
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    3.14 is an approximation of pi. if you have a scientific calculator and press the pi key and enter you'll problably get the value of pi to 8 or 9 decimal places

  5. anonymous
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    Oh, let me try that now. I have to go look in my abyss (my book bag) for my calculator.

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    lol its like my bag then!

  7. anonymous
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    HAH! well at least now I know I am not alone.

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