Quadrature of a circle solved

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    When you say that you have solved "quadrature of a circle", do you mean that you have come up with a purely geometric construction that can produce from a given circle a square of equal area to the circle?

    Such a construction is impossible, because \(\pi\) is an irrational (indeed, a trancendental) number.
     
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    Yes this is my claim that is why you have to carefully look at my proof the construction is impossible to calculate with using and undefined number such as Pi in a Euclidean form but you can easily construct it. The reason why this is not known is because pi in the Euclidean form is undefined so this is why I used my formula to express how it should be defined hence bridging the gap and solving the problem. So what we have here is two contradicting statements that are both true pi is both rational and irrational at the same time depending on how many dimensions of space is considered in its calculation. This I believe personal has some connection to quantum entanglement that is why I used those terms as a metaphor to describe the mathematical results I concluded.
     
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    So you see James, I have proven that 180/pi is a co-factor of the ratio "sqrt{pi/2} divided by sqrt{3.125/2}" so now with this information you can make this statement true "sqrt{pi/2} divided by sqrt{3.125/2} multiplied by 180/pi multiplied by sqrt{pi/2} divided by sqrt{3.125/2}" will equal "115.2" this is a co factor the defined diameter of a rational pi "360/115.2"
     
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    Oh my word...
     
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    So this statement as well is evidence backing up my claim that the circles are "Quantum entangled doppelgangers of the 2nd and 3rd dimension." This may not be a completely literal statement but a descriptive one.
     
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    I have looked at your construction. But where is the proof that the area of the constructed square equals the area of the circle? You don't seem to have established that.

    I don't know what you mean by "Euclidean form".

    Pi is very well defined in mathematics.

    I haven't seen anything on different dimensions in space from you. Where can I find that information.

    Pi has been proven to be irrational, by the way. Unless you can find a mistake in the various proofs, it will remain irrational. Better yet, if you think it is rational, what is its rational value?

    What's the connection to quantum entanglement?
     
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    What is a co-factor? What do you mean by 180/pi is a co-factor of the given ratio of square roots, above?
     
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    . (Mathematics) maths a number associated with an element in a square matrix, equal to the determinant of the matrix formed by removing the row and column in which the element appears from the given determinant
     
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    I apologize but hopefully this is a bit more clear this concept could get tricky to explain at least by me because my communications skills are not mainstream formatted.
     
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    Ok. So you wrote:

    Which square matrix are you talking about?
     
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    don't worry about the connection to quantum entanglement as yet I am still investigating what the exact connection is.
     
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    Also "sqrt{pi/2} divided by sqrt{3.125/2}" means
    \(\sqrt{\pi/2} / \sqrt{3.125/2} = \sqrt{\pi/2}\times \sqrt{2/3.125} = \sqrt{\pi/3.125}\)

    What does this have to do with \(180/\pi\)?
     
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    When I say defined I meant in a rational form.
     
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    Can you answer the questions I have asked, please?
     
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    I am not claiming pi is rational am claiming its both rational and irrational. Now it will be irrational if you measure it with polygons because polygons are purely two dimensional. Now here is the shift a circle is not a polygon and never will be so technically speaking a circle cannot exist in two dimensions a circle can be constructed in two dimensions only as a depiction but when ever we are dealing with a circle in reality it is actually a sphere and a sphere cannot exist in two dimensions it can only be depicted within it. So technically what am trying to say is a circle does not exist in realty it is a mental construct described in two dimensions so that is why it cannot be measured in two dimensions without using an infinite amount of steps I have not mastered the explanation in clearest terms hope you could use your imagination to see what am trying to express to you.
     
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    Basically what am saying here is starting from 180/pi diameter times the ratio "sqrt{pi/2} divided by sqrt{3.125/2}"
    then times it again then you will arrive at "115.2" and that is the diameter for a perfect circle when measured in three dimensions its hard to explain because a curve in reality cannot exist in two dimensions you have to treat it like if it was existing in three that will bridge the infinite gap that separates the second dimension from the third. Its difficult to explain correctly at the moment because I am not a mainstream communicator and I never had to explain myself before but because I have a lot of respect for you am making an honest effort so I might have to fine tune my explanation which will benefit me because then I would gain experience in expressing myself in a way everyone can understand.
     

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