How to Create a visual cyclic graph of sine of pi = 3.14 in wolphram alpha?

How to Create a visual cyclic graph of sine of pi = 3.14 in wolphram alpha?
As well as derived, for example Pi = 4

Such as here:

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March 19th 20 at 09:15
2 answers
March 19th 20 at 09:17
PI may be equal to only four in the army. In other places π = 3.14159265358...
And the sine of up to four rising only in time of war. In peacetime, he is unable to overcome one.
> In other places π = 3.14159265358
So how to visualize it on Wolfram alpha? and make plavusa variable that we could not only 3.14 but for example 3.2.
As to the question, the answer would be? Can you tell me where are alternative readings of PI.
For example, for the accurate prediction of future schedules

On this issue, even had an article https://habr.com/ru/post/201452/

5c9ea0608a794088614932.jpeg - Demarcus commented on March 19th 20 at 09:20
@Hilaria, not to be confused with the mathematical concept of "PI" that someone in the program called a variable two Latin letters, and got "pi". With the same success he could call her x, y, abracadabra, nothing would have changed.
The number PI is always and everywhere within the boundaries of the known Universe, equal to 3.14159...
Variable in the program can have any value that knows how to work the program.
So build a graph of sin x, and learn math. - edward_Robel commented on March 19th 20 at 09:23
@edward_RobelIf the variable is not sin 3.14 and say 4 how to make a variable in Wolfram alpha? - Demarcus commented on March 19th 20 at 09:26
sin 4 = -0.757, if the variable is in radians
sin 4 = 0.0698, if the variable is in degrees.
Choose any value. The graph will be a straight line parallel to the axis at a distance equal to the value of the sine.
How to make the tungsten You will have to deal with yourself, I don't have it. - edward_Robel commented on March 19th 20 at 09:29
March 19th 20 at 09:19
Sine is the Y coordinate of the point rotating on the unit circle. PI is a code, it did a half-turn. What it means to make PI=4? This is a half-turn or not? If a half-turn, the sine of PI is zero. If not a half-turn, please explain.

In General, write a formula that uses the number PI, and replace it with your desired number. The sine of PI, like as not need.
So write the correct answer. Sine wave is PI. - Demarcus commented on March 19th 20 at 09:22

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