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infinite number of digits after the decimal point -- pi does not have a finite value.

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How many place values in pi?

Pi cannot be expressed exactly as any fraction (including as a fraction of powers of 10, which is what a decimal fraction is). There are an infinite number of place values in the number 'pi'.


How many places are there in pi?

There is no end to the number pi...it goes on indefinately. However, pi to the 2oth place is 3.14159265358979323846.


What is the 35th place of pi?

the 35th place of pi is 9.


How many 3 are in the first million place of Pi?

100,230


How many place values are in a period?

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How many zeros are there in the first 30 digits of pi?

None. The first zero in 'pi' occurs in the 32nd decimal place.


Given that Pi is infinite would not some long series of it have to repeat now and then?

There are no repeating strings of values in pi.


What are the 5 place value in a decimal number?

There are not just 5 place values - there are infinitely many.


What are the cultural traditions and values in the setting of the novel The Life of Pi?

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Who gave values for pi?

Nobody because its a natural fact that the circumference of a circle divided by its diameter is always equal to pi.


What are the seven place values in decimals?

There are an infinite number of decimal place values. Last year, a Japanese team,using a supercomputer, calculated the value of "pi" out to 4 trillion decimal places.The first seven places after the decimal point are:tenthshundredthsthousandthsten-thousandthshundred-thousandthsmillionthsten-millionths


In trigonometry what are three values that are not defined?

Cosecant of k*pi radians Secant of 0.5*(2k+1)*pi radiansCotangent of k*pi radianswhere k is an integer.


What is the exact values of sin 2 pi?

2*pi is one complete revolution, i.e. 360 degrees. Sin of 2*pi = sin 360º = 0


What is the eighth decimal place of the square root of pi squared?

The same as the 8th decimal place of Pi itself.


Pi to the 100th place?

3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592307816406286308998628034825342117067


How is the perimeter and area of a circle related?

They both use pi to determine their values


What is the order of pi?

the order of pi up to the 35th place is as follows: 3.14159265358979323846264338327950419


What is pi to the 8 decimal point?

Pi to the 8th decimal place is 3.14159265.


What is the square root of 45.25?

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How many threes are in the first million digits of pi?

Not counting the three in the ones place, there are 100229.


How many Zeros are in the first 39 digits of pi?

One, in the thirty-second decimal place.


How many digits of pi can you list?

PI is an irrational number, which means that its value cannot be expressed exactly as a fraction, consequently, its decimal representation never ends or repeats. So is impossible to list all digits of PI, but i can get a value, enough to, approximately, get correct values: PI = 3.14159265, and so on... Hope be helpful.


What other approximate values for Pi have been used and who discovered them?

Every person who has ever used the "value" of pi in a calculation has used an approximation.


Why is pi called pi?

It's a Greek letter. Greek letters are often used to express constants (mathematical values that don't change).


How do you find the radius of a circle if you no the area?

You know: Area = (pi)r2 So, plug in your known values for the area and pi, then solve for r.