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# What is Pi to the negative 10 minus 10 pi?

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Yes, but you can have "minus pi", of course, and that's negative.

pi minus pi is zero. Any number minus itself is zero.

negative pi (-pi) = -3.14

Negative pi has the same value as pi, but with a minus sign before it. Common approximations to pi are 3.14 (so -pi would be -3.14) and 22/7 (so -pi would be -22/7). They are both approximations: pi (and -pi) can only be expressed as a never-ending decimal.

A negative number that is not an integer, of course. Examples are minus 1.5, minus pi, minus square root of 2, etc.

Minus square root of 2, minus square root of 3, minus pi, minus e, etc. Or, to be a bit more fancy, 1 - pi, 2 - pi, 3 - pi, pi - 4, pi - 5, 2 - e, e - 3, square root of 2 minus 2, etc.

probobly because pi equals 3.14 and you can make 3.14 negative so yes you can have negative pi

In the domain [0, 2*pi],sin is negative for pi cos is negative pi/2 tan is negative for pi/2 Also, the same applies for all intervals obtained by adding any integer multiple of 2*pi to the bounds.

Negative pi is a monomial, or a polynomial with one term. Negative pi, as well as positive pi, are not often used as polynomials, but it is still perfectly reasonable to do so.

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

No. Pi is a set number, if it were negative (-3.14159...) it would not represent the ratio of radius to circumference.

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

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

In base pi yes, it is 10 in base pi.

Minus pi. Or minus pi plus any rational number. Here is how you can figure this out (call your unknown number "x", and let "r" stand for any rational number):x + pi = r To solve for "x", simply subtract pi from both sides. That gives you: x = r - pi

Circumference = diameter * pi20 = diameter * pi20/pi = diameter(20/pi)/2 = radius10/pi = radiusArea = (radius)2 * piArea = (10/pi)2 * piArea = 100/pi2 * piArea = 100/piArea &asymp; 31.83 square units

sin pi/2 =1 sin 3 pi/2 is negative 1 ( it is in 3rd quadrant where sin is negative

The question cannot be answered because it is based on a false premise: negative pi is NOT a negative rational number.

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