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What is pi? All of it!

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  1. vanessanne
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    Pi is 3.14

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    lol 3.14159 but it goes on forever.

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    Seriously forever.

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    No repeats

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    All of it?! Oh boy! :O

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    How far can you go?

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    I found a big chunk of it

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    Pi is a non-terminating, non-repeating decimal number. This is what is called an irrational number. If you write is as pi, or the Greek letter pi, that represents the exact number. When you write it as 3.14, or 22/7, or any other terminating representation, you are writing an approximation, but not the exact number.

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