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# Is the number pi endless?

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###### 2011-05-10 19:15:55

YES! the number pi is endless

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An endless number With patterns so delicate They never repeat.

It is an irrational number; therefore the sequence is endless. The 'full number sequence' can never be known.

We celebrate pi day because pi equals 3.14........ which is an endless number. It's a fun math class to celebrate pi day on March 14th! Yum... Pie!

No. 81 is a rational number. An irrational number is a number with an endless amount of digits like pi or the square root of 2.

Pi is endless. Nobody can determine where the end is.

To work out the diameter of a circle with only the circumference, you need to divide the circumference by pi &asymp; 3.1416. 1/pi &asymp; 0.31831Pi">PiPi is a so far unique number with an endless number of decimals. It is heavily related to math tied to circles and is used in a number of equations involving circles.

No; pi is an endless number. You can type as many numbers you want of it, or calculate things for as many digits as you can handle/your calculator will let you type, but pi itself goes on forever.

pi is equal to 3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105...., pi is actually a endless mathematical ratio. pi is sometimes approximated by 22 over 7.

Pi, being irrational, has an endless number of digits to the right of the decimal, as you know. But for almost any application, even basic engineering, a value of 3.1417 is highly accurate.

A constant is a number that is always the same. Simple examples would be numbers such as pi, which is ~3.14159... Keep in mind though, while pi is endless, a constant doesn't have to be. It's just a number that doesn't change, so to speak.

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

pi is used in many different formulas. Formula for circumference, Area of a circle, and as we all know, pi is an endless decimal but technically is not repeating

The formula for a circumference is 2 times Pi times Radius. A diameter is twice the Radius, so the circumference is Diameter times Pi. 5 times Pi (3.14159) is approximately 15.70795. Pi has an endless number of digits to the right of the decimal point, so the best we can do is approximate.

The square root of 72 is an irrational number. Since 72 is not a perfect square, the decimal is endless. (just like the value of pi)

If you mean the number pi, you can't have a "large amount of pi" or a "small amount of pi" - the number pi will always be the number pi (approximately 3.1416).

the number is that you use for pi is 3.14 the number is that you use for pi is 3.14

Pi ( &pi; ) is the ratio of any circle' s circunference to its diameter.It's an endless number, so usually it is rounded to 3.14.So, to calculate a circunference's length, you have to do:(Diameter)x(Pi (consider it as 3.14))=(Perimeter)Here are some more digits of the Pi:3.14159265358979323846Check more about it on the realted links.

Pi is a number. There are no fractals of pi.

If you mean the number pi, that has an infinite number of decimals.If you mean the number pi, that has an infinite number of decimals.If you mean the number pi, that has an infinite number of decimals.If you mean the number pi, that has an infinite number of decimals.

pi is just one number. The 324th digit of pi is 1.

Pi is not divisible by any whole number to reach a solution of another whole number. Pi can be divided by pi to equal 1; however, pi itself is not a whole number.

This has an infinite number of answers, for example: pi / 1, (2 x pi) / 2, 1 / (1/pi), etc.This has an infinite number of answers, for example: pi / 1, (2 x pi) / 2, 1 / (1/pi), etc.This has an infinite number of answers, for example: pi / 1, (2 x pi) / 2, 1 / (1/pi), etc.This has an infinite number of answers, for example: pi / 1, (2 x pi) / 2, 1 / (1/pi), etc.

Any multiple of or addition to or subtraction from PI is an irrational number. PI divided by PI is 1, a rational number. So is PI times 0 = 0

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