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Guyofreckoning
How do I reach Pi again? I kinda forgot and now I have a serious problem. <_> Help please.
What is the problem?
xD Of course you would answer first that's very nice, actually I'm just trying to remember because my teacher is going to have us work on cylindrical volumes again. just a review... I don't wanna be behind in class like that.
Oh, okay, I wont answer you anymore then.
heh, don't joke like that.
Im serious, Why do you think im joking?
lol cause I didn't quite say anything offensive... I don't think I did at least...
You said "of course you would answer first..."
xD Of course you would answer first that's very nice... that's very nice... nice
Oh ok, I thought you were being sarcastic :/ ..but im sleepy. I'm signing off, going to bed, goodnight @Guyofreckoning
Night. Take it easy.
Well... What is the problem? :)
just needa remember the equation to get to Pi...
You want to approximate \(\pi\)?
yeah. something with division and circles, can't remember the thing for the life of me.
Well pi is the ration between the circumference (perimeter of circle) and the diameter.
ok I think I can do this now, dumb old me forgot about google. heh... but thanks anyways!
This converges to \(\pi\). Start now and in your lifetime you might get it to like 5 decimal places :P\[\pi= 4 \sum_{n=0}^{\infty} \frac{2}{(4n+1)(4n+3)}\]Seriously though \(\pi\) is just \(\pi\). It should always be kept as that unless you want a decimal approximation of something. in that case \(\pi\) is just what you can memorize. You can't compute the decimal value of pi because it is irrational.
O: I dunno if I should be so mean as to switch the best result. but that is one heck of a reply
sry wio :c but that is the best reply.