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The constant Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to it's diameter. If you know it to 200 decimal places, then you can do any calculation about the universe with sufficient precision.

It's value to 10 decimal places is 3.1415926536

You can find it to more decimal places on Zyra's website, and on the net it is available to over a million places.

last modified 02:30 2004/02/08