Fun With Pi (3.14)

by J. R. Whittaker
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Publisher: J. R. Whittaker

Publication Date: May 10, 2015

ISBN: 9781301446841

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Warning
This is a serious book containing a number used for circles and stuff. It is not for the amateur. Always consult a qualified mathematician when dealing with Pi. Consider yourself warned.

About Pi
Hi, I am the author. It is with much delight I am able to provide you with this life changing number called Pi. It took mathematicians many years to discover and is used to do important stuff to circles with.
It is a relatively unknown fact that Pi runs our everyday lives.
You see circles are everywhere and without Pi they would not exist. If circles didn’t exist we wouldn’t have the wheel. If we didn’t have the wheel we couldn’t use a car to buy food at a drive-thru. Then where would we be as a species, back pushing Stone Age square wheels up a hill? That is not the life I want for my children. Do you?

What would you do with an e-book full of Pi?
Give Pi as the reason for your relationship breakup
Email the first 100,000 numbers to a dear friend 3 AM in the morning
Give you something to read on the toilet

Value
The usual price of this e-book is $314, which is an UNBELIEVABLE saving of $313.01
You know that it is an unbelievable price because unbelievable is written all in capitals.
You also get Pi written in Arial font.

Guarantee
I give you my personal guarantee that this is the real deal. You won’t buy this and find it only lasts a few months and have to buy another one.
Apparently there are a number of counterfeit Pi knock offs flooding in from China. Avoid all imitations. How can you tell this is the real deal? Look at my review ratings. Only the elite humans of this world have left me a positive review. Thank you.

What do you get in this e-book?
This book contains Pi to 1 Million places.

Is there more?
No.
By owning a copy of Pi you gain a place as one of the famous elite in history. The same level as the likes of Isaac Newton and Archimedes, ...