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If I was to say that Pi expressed as 3.1415 in relation to the measurement of a circle was an error and that the exact Pi was 3.1414. Could you or anyone else prove me wrong from an actual measurement of the circumference of a circle. Rather than just quoating historically accepted mathematical numbers?

 Aug 18, 2015
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Dude pi=3.1415 is correct maybe there is virus 

 Aug 18, 2015

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