I understand completely. That's why your argument against using the whole number of 3 for Pi (3.1) or (3.14) etc. is really ridicules.<quoted text>You don't seem to understand that this request itself shows a complete lack of understanding. You don't 'list' a number. I number is a single entity. you can expand that number in decimal notation, or in binary notation, or as a continued fraction, or as an infinite sum. But it makes no sense to 'list' a number.
The only sensible way to 'list pi' is to write a list with pi as one of its members:[ pi ](to use python lists).
Now, if a vat has a diameter of 10 cubits, what is the circumference to the nearest cubit?