Split from Strange connection between phi and pi

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Sir,
I have recently published a paper that reveals THE EXTREMELY PRECISE Pi:Phi CORRELATION, which is firmly premised upon Classical geometric principles.

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Could the connection not be named after Planck instead of after Strange? The difference between pi and phi is exactly h .

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Pi is transcendental, phi is algebraic.  It is very hard to see a connection.

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I watched the video, and it comes down to $$\pi \approx 6\phi^2/5.$$ The RHS is about $$3.141640786$$ so it is not too bad.

An author of a paper on Angle Trisection in last year's issue of the same journal, The Journal of Advances in Mathematics, is convinced that the correct value of $$\pi$$ is exact $$3.14$$. Don't know whether they will clash, or settle on some average as a compromise

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13 hours ago, taeto said:

I watched the video, and it comes down to π6ϕ2/5. The RHS is about 3.141640786 so it is not too bad.

An author of a paper on Angle Trisection in last year's issue of the same journal, The Journal of Advances in Mathematics, is convinced that the correct value of π is exact 3.14 . Don't know whether they will clash, or settle on some average as a compromise

The value of pi is not something people decide on.  It simply comes from its definition.

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On 1/3/2020 at 10:05 AM, taeto said:

Could the connection not be named after Planck instead of after Strange? The difference between pi and phi is exactly h .

Oh, I like that!

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10 hours ago, Country Boy said:

Oh, I like that!

It is a kind of phun 🥳

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On 1/4/2020 at 1:38 AM, mathematic said:

Pi is transcendental, phi is algebraic.  It is very hard to see a connection.

Both were originally defined geometrically.

Pi = 5 arccos (.5 Phi)

(shamelessly stolen from here)
https://www.goldennumber.net/pi-phi-fibonacci/

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