Specifcially how do you solve for pi when there is a square root in the problem

1/3*pi*2*sqrt6*4

Specifcially how do you solve for pi when there is a square root in the problem

1/3*pi*2*sqrt6*4

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(1/3)*(3.14)*2*sqrt(6)*4 = 20.5

Order of operations does not aply here since each factor is being multiplied.

With the way you have written that, it's not an equation, it's an expression, so nothing can be solved for. If you were to ad an Equals sign in there somewhere so that it looked to be of the form 1/3*pi*2*sqrt(6)*4=something then i could help you.

I would also like to point out that pi is a constant equal to 3.1415926.

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