|Mar23-11, 11:30 PM||#1|
Help me make a Base 'Pseudo-Pi'
How could I construct a pseudo-base Pi?
To represent any real interger?
So far i've done Base (22/7) (fractional base), but i was thinking something like Base 180 (then do some stuff with degrees and radians)...
|Mar24-11, 12:10 AM||#2|
Hi, SubZir0. All that would work, but you risk confusing people who are more used to seeing (x/y)π or x°. Of course, I don't know the details of what you're working on, but good luck.
|Mar26-11, 03:05 AM||#3|
22/7 is a cocked hat. You should consider 355/113 and eat more biscuits.
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