I’m not a developer, just a programmer. I believe pi and e are just stored as constants, not calculated.
But trig functions are calculated. See CORDIC algorithm: CORDIC - Wikipedia
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Actually, calculating area of a circle or even a numeric sequence is still limited to 14 dp accuracy. There are other algorithms that can produce the digits of pi rather than an approximation for pi.
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