Q: What comes after pi?

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Any negative number comes before pi in the number line.

Circumference of a circle : the circle's diameter

The symbol for pi (π), is the Greek letter that is the equivalent to the Roman p. It is the Greek letter pi. It is the first letter of the Greek word περίμετρος (perimetros) from which our word perimeter comes.

Pi is (the circumference of any circle) divided by (the same circle's diameter). Pi is an irrational number, meaning that no matter how long you carry out the decimal, it never comes out even. Pi has been computed out to several thousand decimal places. The first 15 decimal places of pi are: 3.14159 26535 89792

4 times pi, which comes to about 12.566.

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Any negative number comes before pi in the number line.

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

Pi r squared comes from the formula to find the area of a circle.

It comes from the Greek alphabet

I'm assuming you mean pi x pi. pi itself is 3.1415926535897932384626 when squared (times by itself) it comes to 9.86960440109

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Okay; pi=3.14159265358979323846...

Circumference of a circle : the circle's diameter

Pi is a mathematical constant because it is the same for every perfect Circle. Pi = Circumference/Diameter of any Circle. It is constant because no matter the size of the circle that ratio always comes out to Pi. Hope they helped :)

These are the decimal digits if pi, next two are "53".

The symbol comes from the Greek alphabet.