What is the most beautiful constant in Physics and Mathematics?

This is not inspired from anywhere and this is fully original. This is made just because I want to know more about constants which are usually hard to remember. Share the constants which you think are very less known.

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If you ask me about which is the most beautiful constant in Physics and Mathematics , I would say Pi ! Pi is one of the most important,useful and Beautiful constant there are . Even the mathematicians are not too sure about it's true components . Some say pi has infinite values , but some say not... both have been proved via mathematics and physics to be the truth. which makes it more interesting . there are still a lot of mysteries about pi yet to be unfold. Pi=3.141592653589793624332384683279....................................

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Hahaha Yeah!! Just inspiring our Tamil counterparts(here, friends) to laugh!!!! I hope Tamilians do have something special than being very studious!!

ile!! teriyada !! (2 tamil words I know if I am not wrong)

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Well, I told you before also - I am an Indian, above all. India's national language is Hindi. And so, I speak Hindi. That was an easy deduction!!

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TopNewestIf you ask me about which is the most beautiful constant in Physics and Mathematics , I would say Pi ! Pi is one of the most important,useful and Beautiful constant there are . Even the mathematicians are not too sure about it's true components . Some say pi has infinite values , but some say not... both have been proved via mathematics and physics to be the truth. which makes it more interesting . there are still a lot of mysteries about pi yet to be unfold. Pi=3.141592653589793624332384683279....................................

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Yeah! Absolutely, it is awesome!!!!

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Yes, my also favourite constant is Pi. It's truly never-ending!!!

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My favorite constant in maths and physics is $0$. It has so many great properties...

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A true Indian!!!!(Hope you can understand)

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yeah :P

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Haryana is a pretty fun place rite?

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ile!! teriyada !! (2 tamil words I know if I am not wrong)

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I don't understand.... Will you explain?

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please can you re share it and also you Krishna? I want to make this as well as the "number" note famous..

By the way, what about the constant k whose value becomes 1 for no reason. Therefore, 1 is definitely my favorite.

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