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**luca-deltodesco****Member**- Registered: 2006-05-05
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oh dear christ anthony, shut the hell up, seriously, im pis sed and i can still do maths better than you

The Beginning Of All Things To End.

The End Of All Things To Come.

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**ephemere****Member**- Registered: 2007-06-02
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Anthony.R.Brown wrote:

Can you prove the Value of Pi

To illustrate that 4 > π, circumscribe a square around a circle of diameter 1 and compare perimeters. Note that that has nothing to do with the induction part of the proof.

But I apologize to the other members of the forum. It would appear that I have prolonged a thread that is better left closed, so I'll stop here.

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**Anthony.R.Brown****Banned**- Registered: 2006-11-16
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To ephemere

Quote:"

To illustrate that 4 > π, circumscribe a square around a circle of diameter 1 and compare perimeters. Note that that has nothing to do with the induction part of the proof. "

A.R.B

If you Believe 4 > π then you must also Believe 1 > Infinite/Recurring 0.9

Because Both are Infinite/Recurring! π being an Infinite/Recurring Number! Random in Appearance!.........................................................................................................

*Last edited by Anthony.R.Brown (2007-06-04 00:32:57)*

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**luca-deltodesco****Member**- Registered: 2006-05-05
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lol i dont even remember writing my above post but i stick by it, an on the verge passing out drunk, is more mathematically able than you it would appear.

pi is not a random number, it is not a recurring number, it is not infinite.

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**Anthony.R.Brown****Banned**- Registered: 2006-11-16
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To luca-deltodesco

Quote:" lol i dont even remember writing my above post but i stick by it, an on the verge passing out drunk, is more mathematically able than you it would appear. "

A.R.B

Infinitely Impossible!.......................................................................................................

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**Anthony.R.Brown****Banned**- Registered: 2006-11-16
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To luca-deltodesco

Quote:" (1) pi is not a random number, (2) it is not a recurring number, (3) it is not infinite "

A.R.B

(1) Show us a Pattern?

(2) Show us how it Ends?

(3) Show us how it Ends?

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**Sekky****Member**- Registered: 2007-01-12
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Anthony.R.Brown wrote:

To luca-deltodesco

Quote:" (1) pi is not a random number, (2) it is not a recurring number, (3) it is not infinite "

A.R.B

(1) Show us a Pattern?

There is no discernable pattern to Pi, but it isn't random, it's constant.

Anthony.R.Brown wrote:

(2) Show us how it Ends?

Non-recurrance does not imply finite.

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**LQ****Real Member**- Registered: 2006-12-04
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Anthony.R.Brown wrote:

To luca-deltodesco

Quote:" (1) pi is not a random number, (2) it is not a recurring number, (3) it is not infinite "

A.R.B

(1) Show us a Pattern?

(2) Show us how it Ends?

(3) Show us how it Ends?

1.2.3.) The universe is made of a smallest singular unit, hence there is no pi. Pi is the dream of a perfect circle.

I see clearly now, the universe have the black dots, Thus I am on my way of inventing this remedy...

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**Anthony.R.Brown****Banned**- Registered: 2006-11-16
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Quotes: "

" (1) There is no discernable pattern to Pi, but it isn't random, it's constant. "

" (2) Non-recurrance does not imply finite. "

A.R.B

(1) Prove it?

(2) So Recurrance does imply finite?

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**Sekky****Member**- Registered: 2007-01-12
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Anthony.R.Brown wrote:

(1) Prove it?

Prove Pi is a constant? Definition

Anthony.R.Brown wrote:

(2) So Recurrance does imply finite?

No, you're not listening, I didn't say that. I said non-recurrance does not imply finite (rational). For example, Pi is non-recurring, yet it is irrational, therefore the implication is false.

*Last edited by Sekky (2007-06-06 02:54:39)*

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**Anthony.R.Brown****Banned**- Registered: 2006-11-16
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The only thing Induction could Prove about ( Pi ) is that it's possibly made of Pastry and contains some kind of Meat or/and Vegetables!

A.R.B

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**Maelwys****Member**- Registered: 2007-02-02
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Anthony.R.Brown wrote:

The only thing Induction could Prove about ( Pi ) is that it's possibly made of Pastry and contains some kind of Meat or/and Vegetables!

A.R.B

Sorry, that proof fails. I prefer my pie with raspberries in it. And chocolate cream pies are pretty good on occasion too. Neither of those contains any meat or vegetables. ;-)

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**Anthony.R.Brown****Banned**- Registered: 2006-11-16
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I said could Prove! as in no chance with anything!! and you agree............................................

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**simron****Real Member**- Registered: 2006-10-07
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1)What else does pi equal?

2).33...

Linux FTW

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**RickIsAnIdiot****Member**- Registered: 2009-06-13
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For simron

Quote:

1)What else does pi equal?

2).33...

RickIsAnIdiot

Pi / Pi = 1

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**RickyIsAnIdiot****Banned**- Registered: 2009-06-15
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To simron

Quote:

1)What else does pi equal?

2).33...

RickyIsAnIdiot

So what else does pi equal?

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