The correct value is 3.125 and its subordinated values: 0.78125, 1.28, 0.64, 0.21875.
Incorrect value 3.141592653... & its subordinated values: 0.785398163..., 1.273239545..., 0.6366197724..., 0.2146018367...
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Preface 
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By carefully reading the
first chapters in this book, one will come to understand the existing characteristics
and relations of square, circle and cylinder.
When reading chapters
one to five you will understand which value to choose for calculating an
entire circle. The formulae give you tools to determine the relations 

The
Book is now published 

I have investigated and researched on Pi for 35 years and it has taken me this long to come to these conclusions. To share my knowledge and discuss the contents of my book with fellow colleagues I have put a few words together on this site. Old methods of identifying and calculating Pi have not been mentioned, discussed or used in this book. History of Pi has not been mentioned either. This book only considers a new idea and new formulas. To understand and get a complete view of the new formulas and ideas one has to study the book. The first time I published this book was in year 2000 in Sweden and the second time in 2003. The book is divided into two parts. The first part contains seven chapters, explaining the correct value for Pi. The second part contains six chapters, each chapter covering different mathematical areas. Part 1 explains the basic geometric shapes and how these are related to each other. 

Part 1 

Chapter 1: Squares and squaresquaring form. Chapter 2: Circles and circlesquaring form. Chapter 3: Cylinders and cylindersquaring form. Chapter 4: A logarithm is presented and with its help formulas are built. Geometrical figures can be calculated with the help of these formulas. Also in this chapter one can follow the classifications of the circles. Chapter 5: Here you learn about a unique Circle. Chapter 6: In this chapter one can follow the disadvantages one comes a cross when using Pi = 3.141592653...in the calculations. Chapter 7: Here one can systematically see the formulas, the illustrations and the analysis. 

Part 2: New Mathematical formulae for new Geometric Constructions 

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about the new values 

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