Q: Who found the symbol for PI?

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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.

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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Whichever OpenOffice (also the newer LibreOffice) is used (Writer, Calc, Draw, etc) the Pi symbol is found in Insert > special Character. Choose the Pi symbol and close. Π

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.

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.

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

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

p { margin-bottom: 0.25cm; line-height: 120%; } л The Pi symbol (U+043B) can usually be found in a word processing program (I use LibreOffice Writer). Try clicking on 'insert' and then 'special characters'. Or, an internet search for Pi symbol will reveal many images for you to copy and paste.

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

William Jones first used the pi symbol (π) in 1706

i think it was albert Einstein gave pi its symbol but im not sure.

Pi as a mathematical symbol was introduced by William Jones in 1706

Leonhard Euler used the symbol pi in 1737.