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Finding pi we would like to find pi time 3 how do I do that

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Hi

look for the pi key it should be there or type

sin(180/1000000)*1000000 press enter or equal key to get 3.141592654 for a result it the same value as pj on the pi key times it by 3 to get
9.424777961 for a result.

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Switch off engine.
Check harness and connector condition and reliability, if a fault occurs then repair and go to step 6 of the test below.
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