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# Zeta

Zeta is a constant term setup for the comparison of Circumference of a circle to it's Radius. This constant is true for all the circles as, every circle is an similar figure, with constant scale factor called Zeta researched and re-engineered by Indian mathematical scholar Jyotiraditya Jadhav.

The constant compares the circumference of the circle with it's radius and has value of 44/7 which equates to 6.28571428571.....(non-terminating and non-repeating). The name is derived by the Greek alpha bate Zeta, the "F" in English alpha bates.

Circle's Constant
Definition
Zeta is a constant term setup for the comparison of Circumference of a circle to it's Radius. This constant is true for all the circles as, every circle is an similar figure, with constant scale factor called Zeta made by Jyotiraditya Jadhav.
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ApplicationsAreas/lengths Related to Circles . etc.

## Derivation

The already know constant for circles is Pi { ${\displaystyle \pi }$ } which compares the value of Circumference to it's diameter.

We can derive, Zeta with help of Pi as,

${\displaystyle \pi }$ = C/D (Here, C means circumference and D means the diameter of circle)

${\displaystyle \pi }$ = C/2 R (Diameter is two times of diameter)

2 ${\displaystyle \pi }$ = C/R

${\displaystyle \zeta }$ = 2${\displaystyle \pi }$ = C/R

## Zeta versus Pi

Pi is the oldest constant whereas Zeta is know but new researched constant.

• The area of Circle : ${\displaystyle \zeta }$ r^2 / 2
• The circumference of the circle : ${\displaystyle \zeta }$ r
• Radius in terms of Circumference : C/${\displaystyle \zeta }$
• Diameter in terms of Circumference : 2C/${\displaystyle \zeta }$