All we know that PI = 22/7. But how and why it is 22/7 rather other fractions?

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[B]>All we know that PI = 22/7.[/B] Apparently not, because those of us who are correct know that PI < 22/7. Further, because PI is an irrational number there's no combination of x and y where x/y = PI. [B]>But how and why it is 22/7 rather other fractions? [/B] … Read More

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[QUOTE=cwarn23;1075376]I also have a theory and am still working on a formula to prove that pi is not infinite in length. If pi were infinite in length then the circle would have have an infinite circumference. And using MS Paint I have found that pi is not always 3.1415. It … Read More

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[QUOTE=cwarn]But if you print it out with a huge dpi (dots per inch) then it is a perfect circle. This is because the ink is 3d. [/QUOTE] Why are you always referring to a circle using matter or particles? A circle is a mathematical object, like a line or hyperbola, … Read More

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[QUOTE=cwarn23;1083498]I think the main problem here is that there are theories that contradict. Some of your theories contradict my theories and as I see evidence I choose which is best. However the main theory which is making this thread a mess is that everything on the periodic table is made … Read More

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[QUOTE=cwarn23;1086995]Yes that is correct. For example if we found a fossil the shape of a cube and none like it then people would start to think of an explanation or an alternative theory. [/quote]a fossil in the shape of a cube?? Er, wtf, um how can you base your argument … Read More

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