Pi, or as we'll refer to it from now on, is the circumference to diameter ratio of a perfect circle.

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cannot be computed precisely since it cannot be represented as a fraction of accurate (integer) numbers.

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For almost 2000 years, the "technique of Archimedes" has been employed to approximate.

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For almost 900 years, the approximation called as Milü, found by Chinese mathematician Zu Chongzhi, was the best fractional estimate of.

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Because of its status as a transcendental number, irrational numbers like have unique significance.

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Throwing darts at a board will get you quite close to.

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With a continuing fraction, you can get a very close approximation of in a short amount of time.

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The Feynman Point is reached after 762 digits of, and is denoted by a string of six 9s.

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By dividing two seemingly ordinary irrational numbers, you may obtain an excellent approximation of, accurate to 31 digits.

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On this date, we celebrate the birthdays of four historical figures who made significant contributions to the fields of physics, astronomy, and space exploration.

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Moreover, a well-known star cluster may be seen in the sky that resembles the letter ""