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Pi = 4?? or 3.14??

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haha good one! You got me lol

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Pi does not equal a number you can write as a decimal, so both are incorrect
Maybe in some fractional dimension pi does = 4
Why are you bumping this, do you not understand?
3.14
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@LogicalApple i dnt think it can be 4:) lol:D
The troll makes a compelling argument....Each time the corners are cut, a perimeter of the same length is added. So there is no difference in perimeter!
\[\frac{ 22 }{ 7 }\]
yeah uh that's 3.1428 bunch of numbers
But the troll proved that pi is equal to 4. Can someone provide a proof that pi = 3.14159...

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