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Whats does Pie Equal?

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pie = circumference of a circle / diameter of the same circle
Thanks ^_^
approximate value of pie is 3.14

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=22/7 or 3.14
its pi, not pie, if you're talking about pie that is composed of cake, cream and whip cream and chocolate and a lot more , but pi = 3.14159 ..... @LAGIRL69
\[\pi=4-\frac43+\frac45-\frac47+\frac49-\frac4{11}+\dots\]
\[\pi=\sqrt{8+\frac89+\frac8{25}+\frac8{36}+\frac8{49}+\frac8{64}\dots}\]
  • hba
\[\pi = -ilog(-1)\]
\[\pi=\frac{8\sqrt 2}{3}-\frac{24\sqrt2}{35}+\frac{40\sqrt2}{99}-\frac{56\sqrt2}{195}+\frac{72\sqrt2}{323}-\frac{88\sqrt2}{483}+\dots\]
  • hba
\[\frac{ 223 }{ 71 } < \pi < \frac{ 22 }{ 7 }\]
now this has gone wayyyyy too much beyond expectations......
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u know that relation \(\huge e^{i\pi}=..... ?\)
yes
take natural log (ln) on both sides, and u get that.
oh...
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  • hba
\[e^{i \pi} =-1,(EULER \ IDENTITY)\]
1/i =-i
because i^2=-1
But log has base 10 right?
log has base 10 but ln has base =e
so it is ln
absolutely... in calculus, by default, log means natural log ln
got it now... thanx
  • hba
Buffon Needle -->http://mste.illinois.edu/reese/buffon/buffon.html \[\pi \approx \frac{ 2nl }{ xt} \]
  • hba
So, \[\pi = 355/113 \ is \ the \ best \ approximation \]
355/113 is most accurate.
http://www.tomdukich.com/math%20pi%20decimal%20matrix.jpg
  • hba
^ How many digits did you go till ?
No idea lol

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