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Pi (Pye) is the theorem that was first proposed by Pythagoras of ancient Greece to explain the ratio of a circles radius to it's circumference.

The number produced by dividing the radius into the circumference is called Pi in his honour. The number Pi is recursive, that is as far as it has been calculated it can never be resolved into a divisive whole number.Below is an example to the first 100 decimal points.

3.1487939047983275863218793271042710832671092381263910630965237932762916327910697231067231629716023765793160297659721

The question Pi in 10 probably means using Pi to the tenth decimal place which would be 3.1487939047

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