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  1. anonymous
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    what is the approximate value of 100π as a whole number?

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    314

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    Can you explain how you got it?

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    pi is 3.14

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    oh... thanks

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    |dw:1433979183072:dw|

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    we you multiply by 100, move the decimal to the right 2 times, giving you 314

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    *when

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    Thank you! I understand it now ;)

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    https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=100pi

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    no problem

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    thank you I fanned you

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    cool

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