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# Why use pie in periodic functions?

Updated: 11/4/2022

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8y ago

Pie is tasty.

Pi, however, is what you use in periodic functions.

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And you do so because periodic functions have properties linked to those of the circle. (You can illustrate this by plotting a sine curve on graph-paper, from a circle whose diameter is the peak-peak amplitude of the wave..)

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