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# How can pi be found?

Updated: 11/1/2022

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Pi= c/d

Pi equals the circumference of a circle divided by the diameter. If the radius is presented, double the radius to find the diameter.

The Wikipedia article in the related link, lists several formulas which have been used to calculate approximations of the number pi.

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### How was pi found?

pi was found when they realized that the radius of any circle is the amount of the perimeter multiplied by pi aka 3.14 and so on.

### Where was pi found?

The value of pi is found by dividing the circumference of a circle by its diameter and pi is an irrational number which means it can not be expressed as a fraction.

### Who found the first known value of pi?

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### Who found out pi?

Pi was first computed by the Greek philosopher and mathematician Archimedes.

### What would happen if someone found out the end to pi?

Impossible, Pi has no end.

### Where is pi found?

In circles in nature.

### What digit 0-9 is not found in the first 31 digits of pi?

These are the first 31 digits of pi:3.1415926535897932384626433832795The number not found is zero.

### How is pi 3.14 found?

The numerical value of pi is often found using a Taylor or Maclaurin series (Taylor series centered at 0).

### How do you find the diameter when given the circumference?

Since circumference is found by multiplying pi by the diameter of the circle, the diameter can by found using the inverse operation. diameter = circumference/pi

### How do you figure permiter of a circle?

The perimeter of a circle is its circumference and it found by 2*pi*radius or pi*diameter

### When did Einstein find pi?

Pi had been found over 2,000 years before Einstein was born.

### Why do we use pi's value to calculate a circle's area?

Pi is an experimentally found value that always works for circles, so we use it. Mathematical pi is not pie. it is a Greek letter pi.