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    Probios

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    = 1/(-1)^(-1) = e^(i*pi) = -12/(-1)^(i*i) = 2e^(i*pi) = -2= Integrate[i*pi*(-1)^x, {x, 0, 1}]= Integrate[i*e^(i*x), {x, 0, pi}]1/(-1)^(½i*i) = e^(½i*pi) = i = (-1)^½1/(-1)^(3/2i*i) = e^(3/2i*pi) = -i-> 1/(-1)^(x*i*i) = 1/(-1)^(-x) = (-1)^x = e^(x*i*pi) = cos(pi*x)+i sin(pi*x).

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    djhk20

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    Pi-Delta-Pi: [blissfully] Oh, Stan. You were wonderful. You did things to me you've never done before.[Lewis takes off his mask]Betty Childs, Pi-Delta-Pi: [gasps] Ahhh! You're that NERD!Lewis: Yeah.Betty Childs, Pi-Delta-Pi: [blissfully] Oh, you were wonderful.[gasps in ecstacy]Betty Childs, Pi

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    AdventureTimeMe

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    means that any and every combination of numbers occurs somewhere in the sequence of Pi. That also means if letters are converted to numbers (a=1, b=2, z=26, etc.)... the story of your life is told somewhere in the sequence of Pi. Somewhere it says "(your name) is reading a crazy story about Pi on a

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    Tolstoy , or Oscar Wilde ( The Picture of Dorian Gray ), Shakespeare , Neitzsche , Camus - The Stranger , Brave New World , Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs , Sandman , Anne Rice (especially The Vampire Lestat ), George Orwell ( 1984 / ... I should be doing (now, with my life, to help others, to help myself),

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