Motor Daddy
Valued Senior Member
Up for discussion is this beautiful pic of a squared circle, sporting 3.14159 square units of area for the circle, and 1.77... units of side length for the square. The radius of the circle is 1 unit.
I was wondering is someone here could verify the square's side length using Trig. Two decimal places should be sufficient for a "close enough" representation of a squared circle, right?
I was wondering is someone here could verify the square's side length using Trig. Two decimal places should be sufficient for a "close enough" representation of a squared circle, right?