What is the point of pye?
Please explain what this is simply and easily. What is this mathematical concept uses?
There is no mathematical concept called "pye." The fact that you are pursuing the definition of something that doesn't exist may have something do to with why you can't find an explanation.
However "pi" is a mathematical constant which allows people to make calculations regarding the sizing of circles.
Latitude. 25.0833333°, Longitude. -77.9833333°
Somewhere in the Bahamas.
http://maps.google.com/maps?q=25.083333 … m&z=12
"Majestic Point" is also known as "Pye Point."
Do you mean David Pye, the furniture designer?
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