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The number 3.14 or the fraction 22/7 is the approximation for A.any circle's circumference B.a circle's area divided by its perimeter C.any circle's area D.a circle's circumference divided by its diameter

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    \[ \pi\]

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  2. ARAMIREZ23
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    Pi= 3.14159265359 so if you round it, then it equal 3.14

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    pi

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  4. eyust707
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    Pronounced "pie" we use this number in math a lot because it is quite convenient when dealing with circles.

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    Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to the diameter.

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  6. raevenbennett
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    so is it it B OR D?

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    I would say D, because C=pi* D C= circumference and pi=3.14 D= diameter

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    DId I confuse you?

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  9. raevenbennett
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    NOPE I GET IT

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    Okay :)

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