Q: Where the symbol form of PI came from?

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pi is greek for the number 3.14292 ect. It came from greek mathematicians thousands of years ago and is still used today

No. the symbol for pi stems off of the Greek letter pi, probably due to the fact that the discoverer of pi was Greek.

what Englishman introduced the pi symbol, and in what year

Pythagoras was the 1st person who used the pi symbol first

The symbol 'π' is the Greek letter 'p' which is called "pi", like our 'p' is called 'pee'.

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William Jones, a Welsh mathematician, first used the pi symbol in 1706.

The symbol π (pi) is the lowercase form of the 16th Greek letter Pi (prononced pee).

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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.

pi is greek for the number 3.14292 ect. It came from greek mathematicians thousands of years ago and is still used today

The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, roughly 3.1416, is denoted in science and math by a symbol called 'pi'. The symbol is the 16th letter in the Greek alphabet.

the answer is 75.36800285107463826459265926640261836577261120365428123494831029384756 also if you want the exact form (approximate form above) it is 24(pi symbol)

what Englishman introduced the pi symbol, and in what year

No. the symbol for pi stems off of the Greek letter pi, probably due to the fact that the discoverer of pi was Greek.

in the greek alphabet the letter P is the same as the pi symbol...i think

pythagoras. he had lots of different theorums, one named after him in fact(pythagorases theorum) he came up wth the symbol from ancient greek drawings.

Pi Came From The Greek People