C_{1}
D_{1}

=
C_{2}
D_{2}

=
C_{3}
D_{3}

=
C
D
= 3.1415 = π

C_{1}
D_{1}

=
C_{2}
D_{2}

=
C_{3}
D_{3}

=
C
D
= 3.1415 = π

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