Are there values of a and b, whether integer, rational or irrational, that would make a/b=π? I don't think there are any that you can write down without an infinite piece of paper. Any number you come up with could never be precise enough for the equality to hold. I think?
Are there values of a and b, whether integer, rational or irrational, that would make a/b=π?
π is a number. Therefore 2π is a number. For a = 2π and b = 2, then a/b = π.
Or for any circle with circumference a and diameter b, then a/b = π.
There's a lot of inaccuracy out there on the Web. I repeatedly saw webpages declare that π is not the ratio of any two numbers. What they must mean is that π is not the ratio of any two integers, the definition of an irrational number. π can certainly be the ratio of two numbers as long as one of those numbers is irrational.
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