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C ≠ 2πr
July 15, 2020
7:53 pm
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We have been told the circumference formula of a circle is C = 2 pi r or circumference of a circle equals 2 times pi times the radius.  This is absolutely false.  A circle is a finite shape.  PI is an infinite number of 3.1416---.  You cannot build a finite object with an infinite measurement. Impossible. In reality this is the formula for a spiral, not a circle.  All engineers must know this to be true.  To this day this lie is still being taught in our schools.  Why has no one come forward to set this fallacy correct?  In addition, all other formulas constructed around this one that utilize PI as a function, such as A = PI r squared are also false.  This bunch of bs must gotta be grounds for a class action law suit against the education systems all over America.

If this simple theory is a lie, what else are we being closed off from?  I will accept my nobel prize now in the category of math/science, thank you very much.

July 16, 2020
8:43 am
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The first formula appears to be the derivative of the second one. Perhaps you should study the infinitesimal calculus of Gottfried Leibniz before applying for the Nobel Prize.

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July 16, 2020
10:42 am
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This link was provided to same subject in the racial discrimination forum, it includes the Leibniz study reference exactly as you said.

July 16, 2020
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September 13, 2020
11:11 pm
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