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am i right?

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2Y mm for the 60 degrees circle? based on my logic, i would say 2Y mm is supposed result, but you all know mathematics better than me,
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Yes. It is a simple scaling operation. And my website has lots and lots of examples and formulas to compute the values. Smile
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thanks for confirmation revolution,
my slow brain trying to figure out how to obtain pi value,
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Do you mean obtain a formula for PI? Or how to find the value of PI? Either way my website can help you there also. Razz
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yah, but i want to discover it my self, revolution.
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revolution wrote:
my website can help you
Could you please stop retelling your old joke? Evil or Very Mad
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YONG wrote:
revolution wrote:
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Could you please stop retelling your old joke? Evil or Very Mad
I will when people remember it without me reminding. Wink
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sleepsleep
how they come to this value?
3.14159 infinite long

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi
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the first four of these are 3, 22/7, 333/106, and 355/113. These numbers are among the most well-known and widely used historical approximations of the constant.


but how they come up with 355/113? how they discover this?
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based on eclipse, i try to see if the celestial actually want to info us,

- i suspect b-d-h equal to (x) degree circumference for circle.

- suspect a-b-d, d-b-e, c-b-e equal 60 degree

- suspect h-i length equal 3x d-e

- trying to extract data from eclipse, there got to be something this sign wanna shows us
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sleepsleep wrote:
but how they come up with 355/113? how they discover this?
Just trial and error. Wink
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sleepsleep wrote:
- i suspect b-d-h equal to (x) degree circumference for circle.
Elaborate please.
sleepsleep wrote:
- suspect a-b-d, d-b-e, c-b-e equal 60 degree
Correct.
sleepsleep wrote:
- suspect h-i length equal 3x d-e
Correct.

Wink
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Just trial and error. Wink


ERROR is better Very Happy
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ERROR is better Very Happy
Okay. I will use pi = 3.2 when I am in Indiana. Thanks for your advice.

Wink
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YONG wrote:
sleepsleep wrote:
- i suspect b-d-h equal to (x) degree circumference for circle.
Elaborate please.
sleepsleep wrote:
- suspect a-b-d, d-b-e, c-b-e equal 60 degree
Correct.
sleepsleep wrote:
- suspect h-i length equal 3x d-e
Correct.

Wink


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the a-b-e green triangle should hold some important information, eg, how much to add to calculate circumference of 30 degree if we got b-c length

how to draw a circle,
you must have center point, R and how far you want to drag from point a to point b, degree

i could set the whole circle C is 360 cm, each degree equal 1 cm,
60 degree C is 60 cm

but the main issue is still the "relationship" between R and degree and C

but why you get 60 degree if you align 3 circles side by side?
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Let the radius be 2y.
Then b-c length = 2y sin 30 degrees = 2y (1/2) = y.

Now, refer to your earlier diagram.

3y / b-d-h length = cos 30 degrees = sqrt(3) / 2
b-d-h length = 2 sqrt(3) y ...... (1)

Circumference = 2 pi (2y) = 4 pi y
60 degrees of circumference = (1/6) (4 pi y) = (2/3) pi y ...... (2)

From (1) & (2):
b-d-h length does NOT equal 60 degrees of circumference, as sqrt(3) does not equal pi/3.

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Refer to the attachment.

sin angle x = 2y / 4y = 1/2
angle x = 30 degrees

That's how we get 60 degrees.

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