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July 2nd, 2017, 04:56 PM   #21
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If you are saying that any two drawn circles have a different circumference and diameter ratio you are right. A (physically) drawn circle has some uncertainty in the width of the arcs, width of the drawing implement, etc. However you are ignoring the fact that when we discuss the properties of a circle we are talking about a perfect circle...the locus of points that are equidistant from a point we call the center of the circle. This is the value of pi that we are talking about.

There really is no point in talking about the uncertainties of a physically drawn circle in terms of a theoretical ratio. If it helps you understand the theoretical nature of we have several varieties of equations to choose from that aren't physical but produce the same answers. Here's one of my favorites:


This can be shown to be the same as we find in a circle.

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The pi revolution

The Pi revolution

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New Geometry of Circles,
Which has a unique Pi
to each Diameter.

The new geometry, has a new Formula

Pi of D = 3.1416 + root of ( 0.0000003 : D )
D is the Diameter of a circle, above 0.001 mm


The new formula produces the following numbers of pi

D of Circle (mm) Unique Pi

0 3.164 (pi maximum)
0.001 3.1589205
0.01 3.1470772
0.1 3.1433321
1 3.1421477
10 3.1417732
100 3.1416548
1000 3.1416173
1000000 3.1416005
10000000 3.1416002
1000000000000… 3.1416 (pi minimum)

The Pi revolution

According to the conventional mathematics,
Pi of each D = 3.1416
There for, it is very important number.


According to the new geometry of circles,
There are two important numbers.
Pi minimum = 3.1416
Pi maximum = 3.164

Between pi minimum to pi maximum, there is a unique pi to each D

Pi of D = 3.1416 + root of ( 0.0000003 : D )
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According to the conventional mathematics,
Pi of each D = 3.1416
No, $\pi$ = 3.14159265... (continuing indefinitely).
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The Pi revolution

By Aetzbar

New Geometry of Circles,
Which has a unique Pi
to each Diameter.

The new geometry, has a new Formula

Pi of D = 3.1416 + root of ( 0.0000003 : D )
D is the Diameter of a circle, above 0.001 mm


The new formula produces the following numbers of pi

D of Circle (mm) Unique Pi

0 3.164 (pi maximum)
0.001 3.1589205
0.01 3.1470772
0.1 3.1433321
1 3.1421477
10 3.1417732
100 3.1416548
1000 3.1416173
1000000 3.1416005
10000000 3.1416002
1000000000000… 3.1416 (pi minimum)

The Pi revolution

According to the conventional mathematics,
Pi of each D = 3.1416
There for, it is very important number.


According to the new geometry of circles,
There are two important numbers.
Pi minimum = 3.1416
Pi maximum = 3.164

Between pi minimum to pi maximum, there is a unique pi to each D

Pi of D = 3.1416 + root of ( 0.0000003 : D )
This is the same nonsense that appeared in your other topic. Thread closed.
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