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Pi Weekender Tote Bag featuring the drawing The Shape Of Pi by Jason Padgett

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The Shape Of Pi Weekender Tote Bag

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Our weekender tote bags are chic and perfect for a day out on the town, a staycation, or a weekend getaway.   The tote is crafted with soft, spun poly-poplin fabric and features double-stitched seams for added durability.   The 1" thick cotton handles are perfect for carrying the bag by hand or over your shoulder.   This is a must-have for the summer.

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Spot clean or dry clean only.

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Hi Jason, According to my darivation from the triangle side length the value of Pi = 180*x/asind(x), where x is the ratio of triangle side length to the diameter of cricle. From this we can say the even if we get limit of side of traingle upto microscopic level like u say plank length, but we can't have limit of macroscopic scale... The variable x defines the infiniteness of universe and we will not have value of Pi upto certain decimal places. It will not not stop until we get physical limits in both directions micro and macro.

Congratulations on your recent sale.

Congratulations on your sale,Jason.

Congrats on your sale!

Congrats on your sale!!!

Jason Congrats on your sale!! your work gets me ever time, well done.!!v

Congratulations on your sale!

Congratulation for your sale.........................Odon.

beautiful work....congrats on your sale

Congratulations on your sale!!

Thanks for sharing!

Fascinating indeed...

Great work, great education!

Fascinating! Love this one! Jason, thank you for your comments on my work.

By far the best explanation of Pi that I've ever read! To see it as a shape and use the equation myself nearly brought tears to my eyes. I will use this to teach many students. Keep up the amazing work!

Really interesting, I read the caption too. Thanks for posting this in the group, I am not a mathemetician, but I do understand the concept about the triangles. Mathematical shapes are universally repetative throughout nature and art...this is all very interesting material you are presenting.

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Weekender Tote Bag Reviews (126)

Average Rating (4.90 Stars):

May 15th, 2019

Just so delighted with this art piece! Wonderful compliments and it is so fun to have for the throw ins! Thank you so very much!

April 25th, 2019

I love my bag, well made! and I adore the photographer!

April 20th, 2019

I had ordered a total of 4 products from this artist. Three came out really nice. This bag however looked horrible. There was actually no image...it was one giant blur. It also looked like another image was trying to print on it. This was a factory issue, very bummed as this was to be a gift. Not taking time to post pictures....they will see on the return end how bad it is. I don't know how it could of left the factory.....

April 17th, 2019

Beautiful bag. Nice and roomy.

April 11th, 2019

The bag is beautiful!colors are breathtaking!

April 10th, 2019

great beach bag!

Artist's Description

In this drawing Jason is showing how perfect circles do not exist...anywhere in the universe. Circles are made from triangles as are all shapes and are deeply interconnected with the number Pi. The more trianlges you squeeze within a certain perimeter the closer and closer you approach a circle but you never reach it...you just get closer and closer. This is WHY Pi goes to infininty. Pi is the circumference of a circle (how far around the perimieter) divided by its diameter (the distance from one side of the circle through the center and to the other side). When you add more triangles, the circumference gets slightly larger each time you add more triangles (but by an ever decreasing amount), but the diameter stays the same. A circle with 180 right triangles when you divide it's circumference by it diameter you get 3.141433 (Pi accurate to three decimals). A circle with 360 right triangles, one right triangle every one degree, gives you 3.141552 (Pi accurate to four decimals). This pict...

About Jason Padgett

Jason D. Padgett is a number theorist with Acquired Savant Syndrome from Anchorage Alaska, currently living in Tacoma Washington. He was a struggling futon salesman for decades until a traumatic event changed the path of his life forever and started his art and math career. He is now a professional speaker and publish Author in over 20 countries. TED Speaker in 2015 and TEDx Speaker in 2016. To book Jason to appear or Speak go to the link http://www.apbspeakers.com/speaker/jason-padgett His autobiography "Struck by Genius", co-authored with Maureen Seaberg is being adapted as a major motion picture by Sony and Channing Tatum. Link to movie announcement...

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