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Guyofreckoning Group Title

How do I reach Pi again? I kinda forgot and now I have a serious problem. <_> Help please.

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  1. Brittni0605 Group Title
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    What is the problem?

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  2. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    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.

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  3. Brittni0605 Group Title
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    Oh, okay, I wont answer you anymore then.

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  4. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    heh, don't joke like that.

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  5. Brittni0605 Group Title
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    Im serious, Why do you think im joking?

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  6. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    lol cause I didn't quite say anything offensive... I don't think I did at least...

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  7. Brittni0605 Group Title
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    You said "of course you would answer first..."

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  8. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    xD Of course you would answer first that's very nice... that's very nice... nice

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  9. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    :l

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  10. Brittni0605 Group Title
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    Oh ok, I thought you were being sarcastic :/ ..but im sleepy. I'm signing off, going to bed, goodnight @Guyofreckoning

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  11. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    Night. Take it easy.

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  12. malical Group Title
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    Well... What is the problem? :)

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  13. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    just needa remember the equation to get to Pi...

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    You want to approximate \(\pi\)?

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  15. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    yeah. something with division and circles, can't remember the thing for the life of me.

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  16. wio Group Title
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    Well pi is the ration between the circumference (perimeter of circle) and the diameter.

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  17. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    ok I think I can do this now, dumb old me forgot about google. heh... but thanks anyways!

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    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.

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  19. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    O: I dunno if I should be so mean as to switch the best result. but that is one heck of a reply

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  20. Guyofreckoning Group Title
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    sry wio :c but that is the best reply.

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