I KNOW ALL OF U CAN PROVE-------

\[\pi = {360\times sin\frac{\theta }{2}}\]

here theta is infinitely small a radian angle.

## BEAUTIFUL PI IN NEW MOOD

### BEAUTIFUL PI IN NEW MOOD

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**Reason:***LaTeXed properly*### Re: BEAUTIFUL PI IN NEW MOOD

fix your code. I tried to fix it for you, but I don't understand what you are tying to say.

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### Re: BEAUTIFUL PI IN NEW MOOD

I guess he said this.Then my answer is we can prove \[\pi=\lim_{n\to \infty}n\times sin\left ( \frac {180}{n}\right )\]farhan wrote:I KNOW ALL OF U CAN PROVE-------\[\pi = 360\times sin\frac {\theta }{2}

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here theta is infinitely small a radian angle.

### Re: BEAUTIFUL PI IN NEW MOOD

That's clearly not true; the left hand side is a constant, and the right hand side is a non-constant function whose limit at zero is not the left hand side.farhan wrote:I KNOW ALL OF U CAN PROVE-------

\[\pi = {360\times sin\frac{\theta }{2}}\]

here theta is infinitely small a radian angle.