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James steven. pi = c/d

Pi was first computed by the Greek philosopher and mathematician Archimedes.

Value of pi was first given by the semi god Krishna in Mahabharata to 32 accurate decimal places .In fact it can be extended more.Archimedes long later used an approximation method to calculate pi to 4 decimal places see the link below for how to calculate pi to 32 accurate decimal places http://archives.amritapuri.org/bharat/bharat.php

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The first person to calculate pi was Archimedes, around 250 B.C. Using the formula:A = pi r^2

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Archimedes was the first Western mathematician to make a serious attempt at calculating the value of pi. His estimated, that pi was between 3.1408 and 3.1429.

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Archimedes of Syracuse is said to be the first mathematician to make a systematic attempt to estimate pi in the third century BC.

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Zu Chongzhi was the Chinese mathematician who computed the value if pi.

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