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Topic: squaring a circle
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Re: squaring a circle
Posted: Dec 14, 2003 1:19 AM
  Click to see the message monospaced in plain text Plain Text   Click to reply to this topic Reply (vsvasan) wrote in message news:<>...
> Sub: Unsolvabve Geometrical Problems
> Squaring a given circle is unsolvable . There are volumes of pages on the subject which I have read - from Archimedes to SrinivasaRamanujan.
> Well! I have found out a solution. Could not believe it ? My logic is very simple.
> "Pi" is an irrational number. So is square root of 2. There is a simple geometrical construction to solve for square root of 2. Similarly I have developed a simple geometrical construction to solve for "pi".
> My question is Where to send it? Is there any Maths Forum where I can present my papers and answer questions of the experts?
> May I request you to kindly guide me in this regard. Thank you

There's already a geomtrical construciton of pi, take a compass and
construct a circle with a diameter of 1.

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