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# What does pi in base pi in 10 mean?

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Pi (Pye) is the theorem that was first proposed by Pythagoras of ancient Greece to explain the ratio of a circles radius to it's circumference.

The number produced by dividing the radius into the circumference is called Pi in his honour. The number Pi is recursive, that is as far as it has been calculated it can never be resolved into a divisive whole number.Below is an example to the first 100 decimal points.

3.1487939047983275863218793271042710832671092381263910630965237932762916327910697231067231629716023765793160297659721

The question Pi in 10 probably means using Pi to the tenth decimal place which would be 3.1487939047

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## Related Questions In base pi yes, it is 10 in base pi. Entire surface area of the hemisphere including its base area:- (2*pi*10^2)+(pi*10^2) = 300*pi square units In base 10, there are none. In base 16 or higher, there are infinitely many. The volume of a cylinder is the area of its base times its height. 10 pi square centimeters * 25 centimeters = 250 pi centimeters cubed = 785.398 centimeters cubed  By Euler's formula, e^ix = cosx + i*sinx Taking natural logarithms, ix = ln(cosx + i*sinx) When x = pi/2, i*pi/2 = ln(i) But ln(i) = log(i)/log(e) where log represents logarithms to base 10. That is, i*pi/2 = log(i)/log(e) And therefore log(i) = i*pi/2*log(e) = i*0.682188 or 0.682*i to three decimal places. Not sure what pi-co is, but if you mean the prefix pico, for SI units, the answer is 10-12.  Area = pi * r&Acirc;&sup2; ; and Circumference = pi * 2 * r. So Area = pi * 10 = pi * r&Acirc;&sup2;. Divide both sides by pi:r&Acirc;&sup2; = 10 --> r = &acirc;&circ;&scaron;10Circumference = pi * 2 * &acirc;&circ;&scaron;10 The area of the full circle is (pi R2) = (25 pi) square inches. The full circumference is (2 pi R) = (10 pi) inches. An arc length of 10 is [ 10/(10 pi) ] = ( 1 / pi ) of the full circle. So the area of the sector is (full area / pi) = (25 pi) / pi = 25 square inches Area of the base times the height divided by 3. (pi*6*6*10)/3=376.8 approximately because of the rounding of pi to 3.14  In the base 5 system, the first place is fives and the second place is twenty-fives. 10 in base 5 = 25 in base 10 Slant area = 2*pi*r*l Base area = 2*pi*r2 So total surface area = 2*pi*r*(l+r) = 904.8 sq inches.  It means pi to the power of two. pi square = pi * pi the base area is = PI * radius^2 = PI*16 the area of the curved surface is = 2*PI*radius*height = 2*PI*4*h ( h - is the height ) = 8*PI*h the ratio base area : curved surface = 134 PI * 16 : 8 * PI *h ( PI*16 )/( 8 * PI * h) = 134 2/h = 134 h = ( 1/67 )// Lets call the Base of the cylinder.. Base.And use this formula on your scientific calculator.BASE = &pi;r2This meansBASE= Pi x (RadiusxRadius)Pi is = 3.141593Radius is measured from the middle of the base to the edge of the base. I'm guessing you mean 20 ft. circumference? With a 20' circumference, here's the math. C=20; C(r)=2*[pi]*r; 2*[pi]*r=20; r=10/[pi] A(r)=r2*[pi]; A=(10/[pi])2*[pi]; A= about 31.831 sq. ft.  (assuming the base is a circle) area of a circle is radius squared times Pi 10 *10*3.14 = 314 square feet. note: result is rounded. The question is ambiguous. Does it mean what is 23 (base 10) when converted to base 5 2310 = 435 or what, in base 10, is 23 in base 5 235 = 1310 Assuming 10 feet is the diameter: volume of a cylinder is v=pi*r*r*d=pi*5*5*2.5=62.5*pi cubic feet ~ 196.3495 cubic feet If 10 is the circumference then: c=pi*d 10=pi*d 10/pi=d r=5/pi v=pi*r*r*d v=pi*(5/pi)*(5/pi)*2.5=pi*[62.5/(pi*pi)]=62.5/pi cubic feet ~ 19.894 cubic feet If you mean the diameter of a circle with area pi, then the diameter is 2. If you mean the diameter of a circle with circumference pi, then the diameter is 2. If you mean the diameter of a circle with diameter pi, then the diameter is pi. If you mean the diameter of a circle with radius pi, then the diameter is 2pi. The volume of a cone is base&times;height&divide;3base&times;height&divide;3=144&times;&pi;&times;10&divide;3base&times;height&divide;3=1440&pi;&divide;3

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