please guys I know your having fun but I don't have much time can someone please address this mostly Rpenner if available...

well the reason I was asking is because I found this interesting I have not look over all of Rpenners math so this may not even mean anything so just try and make sense of it for me I remember Rpenner said circles with different diameters or not similar so there might be no connection but if there is let me know Rpenner. ok here goes if Pi * r^2 = X then r*180=Y then X=Y then X= a squares area... Y= a circles area

This is true for both the natural circle of radius 180/pi and this circle of different diameter and different C/d ratio ...180/3.125

so 180/3.125 =r then 57.6 *180 = 10368 then 3.125 * 57.6^2 =10368= circle one

now 180/pi =r then r*180 = 10313 approximately then pi *180/pi= 10313 approximately =circle two

this is not true far any other number combinations unless I was mistaking??

and also for further clarification

360/115.2 = 3.125 ...and 360/180/pi *2 =pi and

3.125 * 115.2 = 360 ...and pi * 360/pi= 360

well the reason I was asking is because I found this interesting I have not look over all of Rpenners math so this may not even mean anything so just try and make sense of it for me I remember Rpenner said circles with different diameters or not similar so there might be no connection but if there is let me know Rpenner. ok here goes if Pi * r^2 = X then r*180=Y then X=Y then X= a squares area... Y= a circles area

This is true for both the natural circle of radius 180/pi and this circle of different diameter and different C/d ratio ...180/3.125

so 180/3.125 =r then 57.6 *180 = 10368 then 3.125 * 57.6^2 =10368= circle one

now 180/pi =r then r*180 = 10313 approximately then pi *180/pi= 10313 approximately =circle two

this is not true far any other number combinations unless I was mistaking??

and also for further clarification

360/115.2 = 3.125 ...and 360/180/pi *2 =pi and

3.125 * 115.2 = 360 ...and pi * 360/pi= 360

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