Den fredagen den 2:e augusti 2013 kl. 16:03:09 UTC+2 skrev Richard Tobin: > In article <email@example.com>, > > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > > >> You were claiming that pi is rational. It is not. > > > > >And it is because as you double up the vertices of a hexagon and get > > >smooth round, the sum of side lengths / radius approach a limit. And > > >that limit is a rational. > > > > No, it is not. Evey real number is the limit of a sequence of > > rational numbers. If the limit of a sequence of rational numbers was > > always rational, there would be no irrationals. > > > > If you still think that pi is a rational number, perhaps you can > > tell us what rational number it is: > > > > pi = p/q for some integers p and q. > > > > What are p and q? > > > > -- Richard
Well you can work it out just the way i did. I told you how and you are the mathecians not me.