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Answered 2011-12-05 04:19:10

pi is endless!

Edit: The value of Pi has so far been calculated to more than two million places.

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Pi is infinite and has no end.


pi never ends it is indefinite.


It may. But as far as pi has been carried out so far, no repetitions have been found yet.


Pi is 3.14159265415.... and so on and so forth. Pi is more commonly used as 3.14 in equations.


Circumference = (pi) x (diameter) = 27 pi = 84.823(rounded)


So far no one has found the end of pi. Many people round it to 3.14. Because pi does not have an end (that we know of) any answer using pi is only approximate.


if you take a perfect circle and divide the circumference by the diameter you get pi (3.14159.....goes on forever as far as we know) no matter how big or small your circle is, if it's a true circle this ration C=pi*D will always be true The decimal representation of pi DOES go on for ever - not just "as far as we know". If it terminated, then pi would be a rational number, and it is not.


as of October 17, 2011, the record for pi is over 10 trillion digits (10,000,000,000,000)


3.14159 this is how far i know it.


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yes, but pi is irrational so it goes on forever. To visit 1 million digits of pi, go to this link: http://www.piday.org/million.php


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As far as I know, the constant pi is never used in the plural form.


Circumference = pi*dso d = circ/pi = 66.21 cmCircumference = pi*dso d = circ/pi = 66.21 cmCircumference = pi*dso d = circ/pi = 66.21 cmCircumference = pi*dso d = circ/pi = 66.21 cm


Everyone's birthday is in Pi! You can go to http://www.angio.net/pi/piquery to find out where in Pi it is. Happy Pi Day!!


My Raspberry Pi (I have two - model B) use an ethernet cable, so is wired to the router. There is also a wifi dongle available if wifi is wanted. So the answer is yes the RPi can go on the internet.


1. you are in the milky way galaxy already, so it wouldn't have to go anywhere. 2. pi is a number, so an answer would depend on how big you write it. 3. pi has an infinite number of decimal places, so no matter how small you write the numbers it could go anywhere.


About 210 or so. You may expect it to go as far as a 5 wood which has a similar loft, but the hybrid has a shorter shaft so won't go as far.


It moves 35/60 of a circle. Circle is circumference 2 pi r. r=4 so that's 8pi So, we have 8x35/60 pi = 280/60 pi = 14/3 pi, or approximately 14.66 inches


Pi is a never ending number, so the digit that appears most often could be anything, based on how long you let the number go out to. If you let Pi go out to 11 digits, the answer is 5. 3.1415926535... But if you let Pi go out to 25 digits, the numbers 4, 5, and 6 are tied. 3.14159265358979323846264...


you can sing the pi day songPi day songsAll day long.Oh, what fun it is,To sing a jolly pi day songin a fun math classlike this. (Repeat) Circles in the snow,Around and round we go.How far did we have to run?Diameter times pi! (jingle bell tune)


You can get up to 100 million digits here:http://pi.is.online.fr/


Go down as far as you can then to the right as far as u can go and so on so forth.


Pi is unitless as far as I am aware. however pi = 3.1415926 as far as I remember, but 3.14 in most cases is all that's necessary. Only when you multiply by centimetres squared (r2) for example does the answer get units of cm2.



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