The Complete Number Pi Book – Design You Trust

The Complete Number Pi Book


As early as in ancient times, the ancient enumerators noticed that all the wheels have something in common. Their diameter and circumference stay in the same proportion to each other and this figure is close to 3. That is the number Pi exactly and it is usually given approximately because it has more than a million of decimal places.


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