# Decimal Places of Irrational Numbers

Calculation of up to 2000 decimal places of the transcendental numbers π, e, φ, irrational roots, as well as their their multiples and rational fractions. π is pi, e is Euler's number and φ is the golden ratio.

A multiple for multiplication and division can be entered, 1/1 is preset, also fractions like 1/3 or 0.5 are possible. To calculate a rational number, like 1/7, with arbitrary accuracy, enter this fraction and press 1. If a square root should be calculated, then enter the value after the √-symbol, here 2 is preset. If the from-value is 0, then all places before the decimal point will be shown. If the to-value is empty, 2000 places after the decimal point will be calculated. At from and to, values between 0 and 2000 are allowed. Of course, the to-value must be larger than the from-value. To calculate, press the according button. The calculation might take a while, especially for roots.

Example: decimal places 10 to 20 of 2*π are 17958647692.

© jumk.de Webprojects | Imprint & Privacy

This page in German: Nachkommastellen irrationaler Zahlen, Rechnen mit großen Zahlen, Billion und Milliarde

big.js Script Copyright (c) 2017 Michael Mclaughlin, MIT Expat Licence.