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Calculating the area of a cirle without using Pi
IDEA BY: Duncan Stuart LOCATION: Canada CATEGORY: Science/Medical

ENTRY TITLE

Calculating the area of a cirle without using Pi
IDEA BY: Duncan Stuart
LOCATION: Canada
CATEGORY: Science/Medical

ENTRY DESCRIPTION

The area of a circle is 7/9 that of the square that encompasses it - this formula includes a consistent base of 3.11 - it is more accurate than Pi.

This formula is significant to the fields of physics, mathematics, and geometry which remain inadequate and incomplete without it. My formula is founded purely in mathematics and geometry and yields an exact whole number calculation. Pi is formulated through String Theory and yields an infinitely repeating approximation not acceptable within whole number systems calculation. It is inaccurate by 0.03 in any equation - perhaps unsafely so. My formula is exact, irrefutable and easily proveable, and therefore of great import for the exactitudes required in all areas of modern science. I have diagrammed the formula below.