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 archimedes_constant_π [2014/11/20 12:57]nikolaj archimedes_constant_π [2014/11/20 12:57] (current)nikolaj Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2014/11/20 12:57 nikolaj 2014/11/20 12:57 nikolaj 2014/03/21 11:11 external edit2013/09/12 13:36 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:34 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:34 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:27 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:23 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:23 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:23 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:23 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:22 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:20 nikolaj 2013/09/12 10:56 nikolaj 2013/09/12 10:55 nikolaj created 2014/11/20 12:57 nikolaj 2014/11/20 12:57 nikolaj 2014/03/21 11:11 external edit2013/09/12 13:36 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:34 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:34 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:27 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:23 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:23 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:23 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:23 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:22 nikolaj 2013/09/12 13:20 nikolaj 2013/09/12 10:56 nikolaj 2013/09/12 10:55 nikolaj created Line 8: Line 8: The constant $\pi$ is defined as the volume of the disc of radius $1$, where the underlying metric space is taken to be the two dimensional Euclidean space $\mathbb E^2$. The constant $\pi$ is defined as the volume of the disc of radius $1$, where the underlying metric space is taken to be the two dimensional Euclidean space $\mathbb E^2$. - * $\pi = 3.14159\dots$ + * $\pi = 3.14159\dots\approx \frac{22}{7}$ - + - * $\pi \approx \frac{22}{7}$ + === Reference === === Reference ===