How the Notorious Number Pi Controls the Bendiness of All the Rivers in the World?

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During a period in my university life, nothing seemed to be going my way, and whatever I did, something was always missing. While solving a math problem one day, I struggled to get the solution I wanted because of pi’s irrational value. I thought to myself, “If only pi (π) was a rational number, and we knew what it equaled.” Maybe life would be…

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