We know what is pi and we know that it has some value but most of us don’t know the **exact value of pi**. Now lets us try to know what is the **exact value of pi**, actually it is not exact value but we will try to know up to 100 decimal places.

Everybody knows the **pi value as \frac { 22 }{ 7 } ** or 3.14 but is not exact value of pi it is an approximate value of pi only. Generally, we will use an approximate value of π while solving problems as taking the **exact value** is very difficult. To be frank, finding the **exact value of pi** is also not possible and it is not that much easy because it contains an infinite number of decimal digits.

In mathematics, as we are using pi frequently, so every student should know about **pi value**. If you can remember the value of pi at least up to 100 decimal places, this will give you a unique identity among other students. Even you can display **pi value up to 1000** or 5000 decimal places in your school exhibition. So try it once.

**Below you can find the exact value of pi which contains the 100 decimal places:**

Note:

Pi is the best example for irrational number because it is non terminating non repeating decimal.

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