Q: What are 4 positive numbers less than pi?

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positive integers leaves out important numbers like e, pi, sqrt(2) and 3/4. Another name for positive numbers would be 'numbers greater than zero'. another would be even numbers on the number line downerlokz AHM HS lol

pi is not a integer any of the natural numbers (positive or negative) or zero; "an integer is a number that is not a fraction"- since pi has a decimal it isn't considered a integer

That's basically any number with a minus sign. For example, -3, -0.0001, -pi, etc.

It's not possible to list "all" the numbers of pi, because it goes on infinitely and does not repeat. Here is pi to 50 decimal places, which is more than enough for most calculations: 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751

He did some of the numbers in Pi.

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All negative numbers are less than pi.

0.1, 0.2, 0.3 and 0.4

'pi' and 'e'

Of course not. The square root of 2 is less than 3, and (pi) is less than 4 .

No. Only the whole numbers greater than zero are positive integers. 1, 2, 4, 989, 589595, 1000000 are positive integers. 0.5, pi, 1.99, 1000.0001 are positive numbers but they are not positive integers. 0 is an integer, but it is neither positive nor negative.

The overall charge of a protein is positive when the pH is below the pI (isoelectric point). For lysozyme with a pI of 11, the pH range in which its overall charge is positive would be below pH 11.

positive integers leaves out important numbers like e, pi, sqrt(2) and 3/4. Another name for positive numbers would be 'numbers greater than zero'. another would be even numbers on the number line downerlokz AHM HS lol

Not sure what you're talking about, but possibly the prime counting function? pi(x) is the number of prime numbers less than or equal to x. e.g. pi(5) is 3 because there are 3 prime numbers (2, 3, 5) less than or equal to 5.

333/106 is a good approximation. The error is less than 0.003%

When you're dealing with both positive and negative numbers, "greater" is understood to mean "more positive". There are an infinite list of numbers that are greater than -2.1 . Some of them are: -2.0 -1.0 zero +1 e pi 62 2010

Sure; for example, 10 + pi is irrational, 10 - pi is irrational. Both are positive. If you add them, you get 20.

An (uncountable) infinitude of numbers, including two thirds, seven tenths, and pi fifths.