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Pi Drawing - The Shape Of Pi by Jason Padgett

The Shape Of Pi is a drawing by Jason Padgett which was uploaded on October 18th, 2008.

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Congrats on your sale!

Congrats on your sale!!!

Jason Congrats on your sale!! your work gets me ever time, well done.!!v

Congratulations on your sale!

Congratulation for your sale.........................Odon.

beautiful work....congrats on your sale

Congratulations on your sale!!

Thanks for sharing!

Fascinating indeed...

Great work, great education!

Fascinating! Love this one! Jason, thank you for your comments on my work.

By far the best explanation of Pi that I've ever read! To see it as a shape and use the equation myself nearly brought tears to my eyes. I will use this to teach many students. Keep up the amazing work!

Really interesting, I read the caption too. Thanks for posting this in the group, I am not a mathemetician, but I do understand the concept about the triangles. Mathematical shapes are universally repetative throughout nature and art...this is all very interesting material you are presenting.

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