Why did they need pi?

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It is the ratio between a circumference of a circle and the diameter (they needed a number to describe this).

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Do you need Pi?

Everyone needs Pi.

Why do you need to know pi?

You should know pi because of math. You need pi when you are dealing with circles. The only thing you really need to know about pi is 3.14 though.

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If you are wanting to become a PI you will need to obtain a PI license. To do that you will need to have a licensed PI sponsor you and then take your PI test. If you pass that, you will get your license. Good Luck.

How can you use pi?

You need Pi to find the radius or circumference of a circle and there are many more uses!

How many decimals of pi need?

You only need one decimal in pi (3.14). Pie goes on forever, if that's what you're asking.

If the radius equals 2cm what is the circumference?

C = 2 * (pi) * (radius) So plug in 2 for radius C = 2 * (pi) * (2) C= 4(pi) If you need to approximate multiply 4 times 3.14. If you do not need to approximate then your answer is 4(pi)

What do you need to be a PI in Alabama?

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Why do you need Pi?

So that you can find the circumference of a circle.

What is the circumference of a circle with a diameter of 1 inch?

You need the formula circumference = pi x diameter pi = 3.14.. This is by the way the definition of the special number pi.

What is the difference between pi and pie?

In finding out how much pie you have, you would use pi. After calculating pi to the 500th decimal place, you will need a slice of pie.

What will the circumference of the piece of felt need to be in order to cover the bottom of the can?

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What is the pi conversion?

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