# The Great Design Vol. 1

## Geometric Pi

**What’s the Truth About Pi?**

3,800 years ago, pi’s value was identified as different than the Archimedean value used today. Why? Is there an error in Archamedes’ development of pi? See the mathematically-based answer to that question and more, including:

- What value of
**Pi**did the ancients use**3,800 years ago**? **What has been hidden**about the value of pi?**What if**the true value of**pi is not 3.141…?**- Finally: the answer to the age old question of
**why does a negative**number**times a negative**number**equal a positive**number

## Chapter List

**1.0 **History of Pi

**2.0 **What is Pi – Really

**3.0 **Distance, Velocity, Time

**4.0 **Using Pi = 3.0

**5.0 **Using Pi = 3.141592654

**6.0 **Practical Proof that Pi is 3.0

**7.0 **Experiments – Proof That Pi is 3.0

**7.1 **Experiment 1: Surface Area-to-Weight Measurement – Square

**7.2 **Experiment 2: Surface Area-to -Weight Measurement Triangle

**7.3 **Experiment 3: Circle Inscribed in a Square

7.4 Experiment 4: Sphere Inscribed in a Cube

7.5 Experiment 4: Procedures

7.6 Experiment 5: Cylinder Inscribed in a Rectangle

7.7 Experiment 6: Coffee Cup Measurements

8.0 Bending the Rule

9.0 Conclusion

10.0 Multiplication of Positive & Negative Numbers

10.1 Analysis of Multiplication Process

10.2 Examples 29A – 29F

10.3 Division Analysis

10.4 Summary

## Get a Sneak Peek of Volume 1

### Is Arhcimedes' method for calculating Pi accurate?

**Examine it and see for yourself**

## Real Answers You Can Prove

#### Is the unit circle the key to accurately calculating pi?

Read the book to see how the simple activity of a vehicle driving around a racetrack provides a clear illustration of the connection between the unit circle and pi.

#### Do your own simple experiments. Prove the value of pi to yourself!

Carry out your own simple experiments to accurately calculate the value of pi – using everyday materials found around your house, classroom and office.

#### Why is a negative number x a negative number a positive?

Finally – a REAL answer to this question! We already know that it’s true. Now see WHY it’s true with simple mathematical proof, that you can test for yourself.