Q: Is pie greater than 3.16 repeating?

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If you mean two eighths, the answer is no, it is not greater than one fourth.

The closest you can get is with the numbers: 316. When you hold the calculator upside down, you will see something similar to "Pie."

pecan pie

If a pie is divided into 10 pieces and you get one of them, will each piece be bigger than if the pie is divided into 12? Of course each piece will be bigger. Same for 3 pieces of the pie.

Yes because if you take a pie and cut it into three parts and take two of the three parts, it will be greater than if you cut a same sized pie into five parts and take two of those five parts.

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If you mean 3*pi then it is greater than 9

No Pie is 3.14159 Go Uni so rounded even no.

If you mean two eighths, the answer is no, it is not greater than one fourth.

1/3 is greater because 25% is equal to 1/4. Since the denominator on one-third is lower than the pieces of the pie (pie example xD) are bigger. :)

The closest you can get is with the numbers: 316. When you hold the calculator upside down, you will see something similar to "Pie."

pecan pie

Any number greater than 0 and less than 3.14

If a pie is divided into 10 pieces and you get one of them, will each piece be bigger than if the pie is divided into 12? Of course each piece will be bigger. Same for 3 pieces of the pie.

Yes because if you take a pie and cut it into three parts and take two of the three parts, it will be greater than if you cut a same sized pie into five parts and take two of those five parts.

False. The mechanical advantage of a machine can be greater than, equal to, or less than 1, depending on the type of machine and how it is designed.

One sixth is smaller than one fifth. For example, if a pizza pie is split into 6 pieces and another pizza pie that is split into 5 pieces, a slice from the 5 slice pie is bigger.

Nine tenths is greater than one half. If you have a pie and you took half of it away you would have another half of a pie left. If you took nine tenths of a pie away then you would be left with a tiny sliver. Another way to solve it is to make the denominator into ten so if you made one half into tenths it would be five tenths and everyone knows nine is greater than five.