Q: How does an architect use pi?

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Just divide 56 by pi. Pi is approximate 3.14; or use the "pi" key on your scientific calculator.Just divide 56 by pi. Pi is approximate 3.14; or use the "pi" key on your scientific calculator.Just divide 56 by pi. Pi is approximate 3.14; or use the "pi" key on your scientific calculator.Just divide 56 by pi. Pi is approximate 3.14; or use the "pi" key on your scientific calculator.

people use pi to find the circumference of a circle.

We use it to calculate the circumference of a circle.

Pi is an irrational number, so when we're solving with pi, we usually round it to something like 3.14. If we use 3.14 as pi in this problem, we get 84.78.

If pi=3.14, then the circumference is ( 3.14 times the diameter).

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the number is that you use for pi is 3.14 the number is that you use for pi is 3.14

Just divide 56 by pi. Pi is approximate 3.14; or use the "pi" key on your scientific calculator.Just divide 56 by pi. Pi is approximate 3.14; or use the "pi" key on your scientific calculator.Just divide 56 by pi. Pi is approximate 3.14; or use the "pi" key on your scientific calculator.Just divide 56 by pi. Pi is approximate 3.14; or use the "pi" key on your scientific calculator.

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people use pi to find the circumference of a circle.

Pi is the number you have to use to solve many circle equations. If you want to find the area of a circle, use radius squared times pi. For the circumference, use diameter times pi.

To find the diameter of a circle, you use pi to find the radius, because the middle of a circle is pi.

An "associated architect" just means that the architect is associated with an architecture firm, but is not yet a partner. Any Architect who is employed by another architect or firm is consider an Associate, until they become an owner/partner. Licenced Architect can be either a partner or an associated architect. Unlicensed architects (hold architectural degrees or certificates only) will often use the term Associate Architect because they rely on a Licenced Architect to overview and Sign & Seal their drawings.