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## Main Question or Discussion Point

If you notice that there is symmetry in the numbers 0 to 10 this is a good place to start with what I want to talk about.

I want to talk about the circle. If we need a technically correct circle one would need to see the symmetry of 0 to 10 and more correctly 0 to 5 and from this point 10 to 5 in a line.

If 10 is our circumference of a perfect circle then we need to find our diameter. We know that there are 4 points in a circle so 2.5 is our diameter.

C/d equal pi.

Which would be 4 in this case. If you can guide me to where im steering wrong that would be appreciated.

I think the question of a circle is symmetry and not a unusual number.

I want to talk about the circle. If we need a technically correct circle one would need to see the symmetry of 0 to 10 and more correctly 0 to 5 and from this point 10 to 5 in a line.

If 10 is our circumference of a perfect circle then we need to find our diameter. We know that there are 4 points in a circle so 2.5 is our diameter.

C/d equal pi.

Which would be 4 in this case. If you can guide me to where im steering wrong that would be appreciated.

I think the question of a circle is symmetry and not a unusual number.