Q: What are the first 11 in pi?

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3.14159 26535

3.14159 26535

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Area of the circle: pi*11^2 = 121*pi square units

The first digit of pi is 3, the first decimal is 1. Pi ≈ 3.14 The first fifty digits are 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751

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Pi has no letters. The first 11 decimal places are: 3.14159 26535 8

3.1415926535

3.14159 26535

3.14159 26535

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Area of the circle: pi*11^2 = 121*pi square units

Life of Pi was released on 11/21/2012.

The first digit of pi is 3, the first decimal is 1. Pi ≈ 3.14 The first fifty digits are 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751

The area of a circle is: pi times radius squared

Circumference: 11*pi

It is because that is what the ratio pi is equal to.

The first time the symbol Pi was first used for Pi was in ancient Greece in their numbers. The symbol "π" was number 80 in Greece.