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Q: How did you fine pi?

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The circumference of a circle: 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter

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to fine the circumference of a circle you take the radius of a circle and multiply it by pi which is 3.14 even thoush there is a like a million other nunbers in pi you only multiply it by 3.14

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For a GCSE test or something like that 3.14 would be fine.

As long you remember the formula you should be fine....Circumference = 2 * pi * rOr pi * dwhere r = radius & d = diameter of the circle.Also pi (=3.143) can be roughly put down as 22/7 if you more comfy with fractions than the decimals.the equation is 2*pi*rr being the radiusCircumference = pi x diameterCircumference = 2 x pi x radiusPi times D = CD= DiameterC=Circumference

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Area of a circle = (pi) x (radius)2 (pi) = about 3.1416 or about 22/7 . (It can never be written down exactly.) (radius)2 = (radius) x (radius)

the same as pi squared, which is 9.86960440109

(pi)(1/pi)=1.4396 ...

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