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TeX (original user input):

\frac{\pi}{2}

TeX (checked):

{\frac {\pi }{2}}

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π 2 π 2 {\displaystyle{\frac{\pi}{2}}}
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Translations to Computer Algebra Systems

Translation to Maple

In Maple: (pi)/(2)

Information about the conversion process:

\pi: Could be the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter == Archimedes' constant.

But it is also a Greek letter. Be aware, that this program translated the letter as a normal Greek letter and not as a constant!
Use the DLMF-Macro \cpi to translate \pi as a constant.



Translation to Mathematica

In Mathematica: Divide[\[Pi],2]

Information about the conversion process:

\pi: Could be the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter == Archimedes' constant.

But it is also a Greek letter. Be aware, that this program translated the letter as a normal Greek letter and not as a constant!
Use the DLMF-Macro \cpi to translate \pi as a constant.



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