Functions of squaring Pi
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"Its special mathematical and geometrical properties and qualities define and place the Squaring Pi to be the correct Pi number"

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Pi number in direct functions of the circumference parameters.
The algorithmic ways are alone methods of approximation. (till six digits)

Introduction

The squaring Pi is a Pi number that is obtained by direct functions of the diverse parameters that compose the circumference, as can be diameter, circumscribed and inscribed squares, etc.
For this author the squaring Pi should to be the correct Pi number due to its properties, qualities, simplicity and natural method of attainment (to be direct functions of the parameter of the circumference, similar to the other simple geometrical figures).
The properties of this number as direct function of its component parameters, to be a power number, etc., gives this number a high quality that it couldn't have in the case of not being the correct Pi number.
At the same time, the algorithmic Pi possibly is not the correct one due to it not complete these properties and qualities.
That way, we go to revise below some direct formulas for obtaining the squaring Pi, and also some postulations contrary to the algorithmic Pi.

Pi number in function of the diameter of circumference. Pi number in function of the circumscribed square to the circumference. Pi number in function of the inscribed square to the circumference. Pi number as interrelation with the decimal system and circumscribed square  Contrary postulation to the algorithmic Pi

Curved lines have less dimension than the same ones in rectilinear form.   Conclusions: The squaring Pi property of being a power number (Pi^n)

Power functions of Squaring Pi describe us arithmetically all the squares and circumferences inscribed and circumscribed among them geometrically. The algorithmic Pi doesn't make. Coefficient of interrelation (I-coeff.) between the circumference and its inscribed square.  "In this sense, the squaring Pi enlarges and gets properties that the correct Pi should have,
while the algorithmic Pi doesn't have"

For more explanation: The pyramids of Squaring Pi.