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In math terms, pi, means 3.14, which is a everlasting decimal, that is just rounded to make your math easier. So pi, means 3.14 in math terms.

several equations' answers come out to 3.14 and so on, thats pi

Today is Pi Day in math which is March 14th and the first three digits of pi are 3.14

The number for pi is: 3.1415926535897932384626433832795

Pi is a letter of the Greek alphabet.

Pi has undoubtedly contributed to math. Pi can be used for calculating circles and was used to measure distances without doing it the harder way....

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pi... yum (use sign for pi)

The value for Pi for math is 3.14. Pi is the 16th letter in the Greek alphabet.

you use pi to calculate the area or circumference of a circle

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3.14

3.14159265 That Pi? Many people use Pi. I use Pi in my math class.

Pi is related to math as it is the sum used to find the circumference of a circle without a measuring implement eg a ruler or length of string, pi is related to math also because it was created by a mathematician :) I hoped u learnt something from this :D

Pi is important to the study of math because is can be used in many ways. For example, you can use it to find the circumference of a circle and the volume of a sphere. I am not really sure how people calculated that pi works for that, but it plays a big part in our math history.

Pi is when you multiply the diameter in a circle times 3.14. 3.14 = pi.

Nobody made pi. Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter and that is universal. Pi would have been pi even if there were never any humans.

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its pi and its 3.14

3.1415........... (in more simpler terms, it is a ratio). Pi represents the ration between a circles circumference to its diameter. So in other words, pi=(c/d), making pi a constant [3.1415....]. Isn't math just wonderful!!

The term pi comes from the greek letter pi, which is the first letter of the word which in English is "perimeter".