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This number has been known since ancient times, although we have arrived at more accurate values lately.

Wouldn't it be interesting if, buried deep in the digits of pi, the human genome as it is now was encoded?

It would be a very strange co-incidence, but given that Pi is an irrational number....

I don't about more "accurate", because it's been calculated to decimal places far, far beyond anything that can be measured, so after quite a small number of digits it becomes meaningless.

Q: Who invented pi 3.14?

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10 pi or 314.someting something 10 pi or 314.someting something 10 pi or 314.someting something

314 feet²Area of a circle = pi x radius²let pi = 3.14A = 3.14 x 10²A = 3.14 x 100A = 314 feet²

If you mean 3.14 for pi then the circumference is: 7*3.14 = 21.98 cm

It was not invented it was discovered.

A= pi r squared 3.14 * 10 *10 = 314 square feet.

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10 pi or 314.someting something 10 pi or 314.someting something 10 pi or 314.someting something

Diameter = 314/pi feet

Larry Shaw made pi day on 3, 14, 1989.

100*pi≈314 feet

314 feet²Area of a circle = pi x radius²let pi = 3.14A = 3.14 x 10²A = 3.14 x 100A = 314 feet²

Circumference = 2 pi r = 62.8 so r = 31.4/pi = 10 Area = pi r2 = 100 pi = 314 in2

If you mean 3.14 for pi then the circumference is: 7*3.14 = 21.98 cm

Divide 314 by pi and square root the answer which will give you the radius.

It is: the square root of (314/pi) = 9.997 units to 3 dp

A= pi r squared 3.14 * 10 *10 = 314 square feet.

It was not invented it was discovered.

(12 x "pi" x 20) + 2(36 x "pi") which equals 314 x "pi" which equals about 985.96 when pi is 3.14