For what it is worth, the answer is 4.818029 (to 6 dp)
'e' is an imaginary number, multiplied by anything gives an imaginary result
Because the circumference is equal to the diameter multiplied by pi or the radius multiplied by 2*pi.
The answer is 12.56
1/3 multiplied by pi multiplied by radius squared multiplied by height
pi multiplied by r squared multiplied by height
Pi multiplied by the Diameter.
60 cm x pi = 188,5 cm
785.398163397, or, in terms of pi: 250pi
24.492, unless you want more digits of pi besides the standard 3.14. The circumference of a circle is equal to the diameter multiplied by pi, or the radius multiplied by two, then multiplied by pi. c = d*pi c = 2*r*pi c = circumference d = diameter r = radius pi = 3.141593
Yes. 1/pi. pi x 1/pi = 1.
sqrt(pi)*64 = 113.437 (approx)
Maybe. It depends on the number that you are multiplying. Pi multiplied by (1 / 4pi) = 1/4. A quarter is definitely rational.
Do you mean volume or surface area? volume = 4/3 x pi x r^3 (four divided by three, multiplied by pi, multiplied by radius cubed). surface area = 4 x pi x r^2 (four multiplied by pi, multiplied by radius squared).
piD (pi multiplied by diameter)
It is the planet's diameter multiplied by pi
4 * 3.141592653589793 = 12.56637
Pi (3.142) multiplied by the diameter.
Any three numbers can be added or multiplied together. For example, 2 + 3.3 + pi = 5.3 + pi = 8.4416 (approx) and 2 * 3.3 * pi = 6.6pi
[pi^(1/3)]^2 * pi = pi^(2/3) * pi = pi^(5/3) The answer is the cubic root of pi to the fifth power.
e^pi ~ 23.14069.............., not rational
pi was found when they realized that the radius of any circle is the amount of the perimeter multiplied by pi aka 3.14 and so on.