No. This is wrong. I didn't learn Taylor Series for shjt like this.
@Empshok, currently taking numerical analysis in my last semester of college and fearing for my life that I might not pass and graduate. *cries mathematically*
@RepostSniper, hang in there. Get the points for the stuff you know and just do your best with the rest.
Also Taylor Series can go fvck themselves.
Isn't 22/7 and 333/106 close to but not exact PI? The 3.14 is correct, but past that nothing is the same.
@Jaune Arc, yeah. By definition pi cannot be written as the division of 2 interagers.
@Jaune Arc, pi is a transcendental number. Look it up, it's interesting as fvck if you're into that sort of thing. You are 100% right though, the fractions are approximations that are close to, but not pi
"I can literally go on forever, don't test me!"
@Sivls, Except pi isn't forever. It's just simply nonterminating.
TIL 40 digits of pi is enough to calculate the size of the observable universe with an error the size of less than a molecule. (Assuming that the observable universe is a sphere)
Didn't a Google employee calculate pi to 3 trillion digits?