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What is pi used to measure?

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Let's assume that when you say "pi" you are talking about that famous mathematical constant-the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. You ask, "what is it used to measure? It's not clear to me what you mean by that. Pi is used in an
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First, a comment: "measurement" is probably the wrong term here. It implies some sort of physical process of measuring something which isn't the case here at all. Although
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PI is ratio of circumference to radius of a circle. Since to arrive at ratio both dimensions are measured in same units of length. Therfore it has no measurement unit of PI. P=22/
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