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When taught the precise definition of π, students may be simply asked to memorize its approximate value without developing a rigorous understanding of the underlying reason of why it is a constant. Measuring the circumferences and diameters of various circles and calculating their ratios might just represent an attempt to verify that π has an approximate value of 3.14, and will not necessarily result in an adequate understanding about the constant nor formally proves that it is a constant. Indoi:10.7468/jksmed.2014.18.1.1 fatcat:lcihvxxfyzgjhkupwrsjazlade