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Happy \( \huge \pi \) day!! prove \( \pi \) is irrational:

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  1. sauravshakya Group Title
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    Did u mean to prove pi is a irrational number?

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  2. experimentX Group Title
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    Here is a simple way to prove that \( \pi \) is irrational using simple techniques of integral calculus. Who want's to try it on the occasion of \( \pi \) day

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  3. jrod326 Group Title
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    and i can evan type it in binary code

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  4. experimentX Group Title
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    try to prove it's irrationality. not difficult if you follow the instructions given above image.

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  5. jrod326 Group Title
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    im not good at irrationality i was trying to change the subject

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  6. experimentX Group Title
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    In that case i'll change my question then.

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  7. sauravshakya Group Title
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  8. sauravshakya Group Title
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    Now, if we can Prove lim n-->infinity sin(180/n) is irrational

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  9. experimentX Group Title
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    Nope ... that does not prove pi is irrational.

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  10. experimentX Group Title
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    it's the fundamental misunderstanding between limit and value of function. If you find limit of a function, it does not necessarily say that the function has that value.

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  11. experimentX Group Title
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    but i does prove something really really nice ..

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  12. sauravshakya Group Title
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    and what is that?

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  13. experimentX Group Title
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    sin(x)/x = 1 as x-> 0

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    a very nice geometrical interpretation ..

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  15. Hope_nicole Group Title
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    Pi is irrational because it never ends or repeats, right?

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  16. experimentX Group Title
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    it never ends ... <-- not just it it never repeats (with above) <-- yes

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  17. 86camaro Group Title
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    i love pie but not pi

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  18. experimentX Group Title
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    there was a Yahoo!! kid ... who loved Pie. I wonder where did he go???

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  19. 86camaro Group Title
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    i dont know i have herd of that though

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  20. 86camaro Group Title
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    i like pie lol

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  21. jrod326 Group Title
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    pie is good and pi is 3.14159 26535 89793 23846 26433 83279 50288 41971 69399 37510 58209 74944 5920 78164 06286 20899 86280 34825 34211 70679

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  22. experimentX Group Title
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    how do you know so many numbers? don't tell me you've memorized all digits of pi

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  23. jrod326 Group Title
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    i memorized the first 100 digits

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  24. jrod326 Group Title
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    there is a whole lot more for me to memorize

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  25. experimentX Group Title
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    wow!!

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  26. experimentX Group Title
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    when it comes to memory, I am heavy as bag of hammers on a sea.

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  27. jrod326 Group Title
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    same i just repeated it alot and it stuck in my brain

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  28. experimentX Group Title
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    i wish i could do that ... not pi but whole 100 theorems.

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  29. jrod326 Group Title
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    brb

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  30. mathslover Group Title
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    Well it can be proved by contradiction.

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  31. experimentX Group Title
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    give it a try ...

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  32. mathslover Group Title
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    That can be found here : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proof_that_%CF%80_is_irrational I can not type the whole here.. It is too long!

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  33. experimentX Group Title
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    do you understand any one of those?

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  34. mathslover Group Title
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    Welll @experimentX that's a tough question!

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  35. experimentX Group Title
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    yes the proof of irrationality of pi is not simple. I found particularly this one understandable http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proof_that_%CF%80_is_irrational#Niven.27s_proof

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    What about this ? https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/sboyd/www/m675s08/irrational_pi.pdf

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  37. mathslover Group Title
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    Oh .. It is the same that of Niven proof.

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  38. experimentX Group Title
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    a slight modification ...

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