Why was the TV show Parco PI on Court TV cancelled?
Because it sucked. Because it sucked. Because Vincent Parco is a criminal and his history caught up with him. Vincent Parco P.I failed to notify his producers that he had been involved in a murder proceeding. When the show was airing he involved himself in jury tampering, interfering with the course of justice, for a well known mafia crime family and had to be warned by the judge in the case that he risked prison and prosecution if he continued. Vincent Parco, it seems also took certain liberties with the women who worked for him. What company would want such an individual to sponsor it products? Vincent Parco P.I. on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parco_PI YOU DONT KNOW WHAT YOUR TALKING ABOUT. IT WAS CANCELLED BECAUSE COURT TV BECAME TRUTV. YOUR JKUST ANOTHER JEALOUS PERSON MAKING UP STORIES, GET A LIFE! STOP MAKING UP STORIES.
In 1761, Joseph Lambert proved that pi was irrational by basically proving that the tangent of some number x could be expressed as a particular continued fraction as a function of x. He then went on to show that if x was rational, the continued fraction must be irrational, and since the tangent of pi/4 was 1 (i.e. rational), then pi/4 and thus pi itself must not be rational.
Pi isn't an invention, it's a definition. It is defined as the ratio of any circle's circumference to it's diameter. If anything, it's a discovery. Euclidean geometry, attributed by Greek mathematician Euclid was the first recorded system used to show Pi as a mathematical constant. Archimedes was a famous ancient Greek mathematician and inventor. He accomplished the computation of pi.
A geometric composition of three adjoined, circle-squaring right triangles where hypotenuse is that circle's diameter. Long side of each right triangle has length equal to a side of that circle's square. "Three Pi" of "Three Pi Vise" refers to the three adjoined right triangles, defined by increments of Pi; "Vise" refers to the symbolic Pi Corral (re: "transcendental" Pi) of this composition. Length of adjoined diameters (hypotenuse) = 2.0, sqrt(Pi), Pi/2, Pi(sqrt(Pi)/4) Integrated by constant…
May you give me the answer to 3.14 and round it up to the nearest fourth and show me how you got the answer?
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