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 Question by Laurence H. P. Submitted on 5/3/2004 Related FAQ: sci.math FAQ: Bill sets Pi = 3 Rating: Rate this question: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great Using 10 proofs, I computed, solved and stated that 'pi' is a rational number equals to 3.125 You can buy my book on my Website: www.lulu.com/pi3125 Thanks

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 Answer by tony Submitted on 11/10/2004 Rating: Not yet rated Rate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great no it isnt, it is 3.1621478965

 Answer by undrstdknwitall@hotmail.com Submitted on 2/19/2005 Rating: Not yet rated Rate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great {(3log10)+(3log2)+3loge)} + sine = pi (3log10)=0.47712125471966 (3log2)=1.58496250072116 (3loge)=1.09861228866811 0.47712125471966 + 1.58496250072116 + 1.09861228866811 = 3.16069604410893 3.16069604410893 + sin = -0.01910222860995 3.16069604410893 +  -0.01910222860995 = 3.14159381549898 = Pi The bible says pi = 3, (1 Kings 7:23) so I tried 3, 3x, to a the various logs and wala. What do you think. works in Excel and if you have a mac, try pcalc. Travis undrstdknwitall@hotmail.com

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