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Gulf Coast Science Cafe Message Board › pi, anyone?

pi, anyone?

user 11340997
Cantonment, FL
Post #: 31
if pi is an irrational number, does that give room for or explanation of irrationality in the rest of sciences and structures (society, family, behavior, etc.)?
A former member
Post #: 38
Pi is not an irrationaly number sweety. It was calculated to it's last digit. It's something god offal long like 15 million digits, but it is finites.

the square root of 2 on the other hand is jsut fuck-o. 2.0000000000000000001 has a root but not 2. It was the original irrational number.

But good premis none the less. All be it your into the soft sciences.
user 11340997
Cantonment, FL
Post #: 32
not for discrediting, but according to what i have read and (barely) understand, pi is irrational because it never repeats in the decimal form, can only be approximated in fraction form, no base-10 pattern, and has been computed to over a trillion digits and still proceeds.
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