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## If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.

**From**: |
Dildar Sk |

**Subject**: |
If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result. |

**Date**: |
Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:05:31 -0700 (MST) |

I checked pi is almost accurate to 1000 digits. WoWww.
But in this cases,
>*> cos(pi/2)*
ans = 6.1232e-17
>*> tan(pi/2)*
ans = 1.6331e+16
the result is not that accurate,not even close to infinite or zero.
Can anyone tell why so?
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**If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**,
*Dildar Sk* **<=**
**Re: If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**, *Sergei Steshenko*, `2018/03/23`
**Re: If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**, *Dildar Sk*, `2018/03/23`
**Re: If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**, *Dildar Sk*, `2018/03/23`
**Re: If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**, *Nicholas Jankowski*, `2018/03/23`
**Re: If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**, *Nicholas Jankowski*, `2018/03/23`
**Re: If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**, *Nicholas Jankowski*, `2018/03/23`
**Re: If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**, *Dildar Sk*, `2018/03/24`
**Re: If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**, *Montgomery-Smith, Stephen*, `2018/03/24`

**Re: If pi is so accurate why it's not producing that accurate result.**, *Doug Stewart*, `2018/03/23`