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A circle has a 360 degrees and the pi that describes a circle always producesnew fraction numbers. Can we relate 360 degrees with a pi and why does it never endproducing new numbers? Can one reason be that the cycle of the circle is in constant motions. Itneeds no external output. It won't break or we can never get the ultimate value of a pi?
pi is not infinite as spme people have come to believe. only a few things are infinite in this universe. dividing by zero and thought/ conscience.
Quote from: caboose17 on 16/05/2008 19:12:45How can PI be infinite? It is greater than three and less than three point two.Pi is infinite in the sense that it produces endless digits and a pattern never appears.
How can PI be infinite? It is greater than three and less than three point two.
Maths isn't real life. It's just a tool, fun though it may be for some.
The Science is always going to be an approximation to the 'real truth'. Science can only hope to get closer and closer to that truth.
umm... Did you mean to say something, but forget to include it in you're post?
Was just joking btw. Here is the real value of pi, but only to 4 million digits or so. http://zenwerx.com/pi.php