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Why doesn't pi ever end? 3.1415926535897932...

Gh0sty15  Aug 22, 2017
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There isn't a really a "reason" of why it is irrational, it just happens to be like this way, like Euler's constant \(e\approx2.71828183...\)\(π\) is similar to most other mathematical constants, they are so important in geometry (especially trigonometry), that they can't be plain simple integers or decimals.

Jeffes02  Aug 22, 2017

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