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How to add PI in a formula

Does somebody know how to work with PI in a calculation formula?
I can’t get it in as a symbol which results in the 3.14…

I don’t want to bring the bad news, but… isn’t this your answer? use 3.14 as value? or is that too easy.

For the harder answer, you can use
PI
in the logic cards (13 digits behind the comma), most likely not in the default logic cards as those have limited support for that.

At least 39 digits behind the comma or it doesn’t count :stuck_out_tongue:

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Thanks, PI did the job. :clap: :ok_hand: :+1: I needed more accuracy.

Well, my first thought was to calculate it and I found a way to do that online, but I’m still trying to fugure out how to do it with Homey. I guess it involves a smart fridge:

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Amazing. :grinning: :grinning: :grinning:. Not that accurate but incredible. Going to try it tonight. Will be a special diner :rofl: :rofl:

For people who don’t believe this. Read http://www.math.leidenuniv.nl/~hfinkeln/seminarium/stelling_van_Buffon.pdf
:hushed: :hushed: :grinning: :grinning:

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