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I'm not asking for a proof that pi is an irrational number. One way to interpret the fact that pi is an irrational number is to say that there is no exact relationship between a circle's diameter and circumference. You can estimate it as accurately as you like, but you can never know it exactly. Does anyone know or even have a theory as to why this is the case? PS: I would have chosen "Math" as the area of science, but it isn't an option. Thanks! Eric Osman
Re: Why is pi an irrational number?
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