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what is the value of pie(22\7)????

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Do you mean how close is 22/7 to the value of pie? Pie is irrational and goes on forever after the decimal 3.141592654,,,,, 22/7 is close to pi 22/7 = 3.142857143
\( \large \pi \neq \frac{22}7 \)
thnx,but isnt it 3.14387???

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No, \( \pi \) is irrational so it's non-terminating and non-recurring , all we can do is approximate to desired digits..
but specific 22\7
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22\7 is not a good approximation of pi in real mathematics, but works in grade school though.
Not sure what you are asking 22/7 is not 3.14387.... but it is 3.14287 which is close to pi
thnx
the history of pi is very interesting on http://www.gap-system.org/~history/HistTopics/Pi_through_the_ages.html

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