Pi has an infinite number of decimal places
pi has infinite decimal places. It continues on forever ;-)
Not exactly. To 2 decimal places, pi is 3.14 To 7 decimal places, pi is 3.1415927 To 9 decimal places, pi is 3.141592654 pi does not terminate - it can be expressed to as many decimal places as required. 3.14 is often used as an approximation when doing calculations as it's easier to work with (than 3.141592653... ).
Pi is approximately equal to (to 20 places after the decimal) 3.14159265358979323846.
Pi is an irrational number and it is 3.14 to two decimal places
the value of pi to the nearest 5 decimal places is 3.14159
pi = 3.1415926535897
pi = 3.1415926535897932384626434 (to 25 decimal places)
It is: pi = 3.14 in two decimal places
pi = 3.142 rounded to three decimal places (the thousandths)
The answer depends upon how many decimal places you will assign to pi. Assuming 3.14159 is good enough for your use, the answer would be 18.84954. If your calculations are more critical, you may want to use calculate your answer by assigning more decimal places to pi; pi calculated to 50 decimal places is 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510. My calculator will only accept 15 decimal places; in that case pi is 3.141592653589793, multiply that by 6, and the answer is now 18.849555921538758.
pi to 5 decimal places = 3.14159
Pi has no definite number of decimal places. It can (theoretically) be written to an infinite number of decimals.
3.14159. To 50 decimal places is this: 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510.
It is: 3.1415927 is the value of pi when rounded to 7 decimal place