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    t-84 help- pi equivalent.

    What is the easiest way to find the pi equivalent of a decimal?

    For example the pi equivalent of 49.0088454 should be 78pi/5.
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    Divide by pi and you're left with the fractional part.

    \frac{49.0088454}{\pi}=15.6=\frac{78}{5}

    Let's try another made up one:

    We have 65.65928646

    Divide by Pi and get 20.9

    Result: \frac{209\pi}{10}
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