No it isn't..... this is a pi topic
I'm reviving this topic because.. 6/28 is Tau Day!
Tau is exactly 2*pi
This is important because a circle is 2*pi Radians, or better yet, Tau Radians.
Engineers use Tau because it's more efficient to say half a circle is Tau/2 instead of Pi/4
well, its also because the if the radius is 2 it will equal 6.283185307... and so on
Interesting! I've never heard of Tau before. Does it have a symbol?
It looks like this τ (Just like pi is a letter in the Greek alphabet, tau is also a letter in the Greek alphabet)
Oooh and I have heard if we used tau instead of pi for Euler's identity, we'd get:
eiτ = 1 (I think.. wait let me check)
e^(i * pi) = -1
Euler's amazing special formula!
Oh, I've never hear dog the other one with Tau! I'll look it up!
I check Wolfram Alpha and it came up with some interesting Calculus derivative I do not understand yet. Doing more research
Absolute value of (e ^ ( i * Pi) ) = 1
Edit! You were right! Worlram thought that the Tau symbol was a variable for unknown reasons.. Wow! That's really awesome!
So when you multiply "pi" by even numbers, the result of the equation is "1"
With odd numbers, the result is "-1"
This is because of the cool trigonomic circle rotation it makes.. and I'm learning this next year! Yes!