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Q: Who was the first mathematician to calculate pi?

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Any mathematician will use the number pi (and its symbol) sooner or later - it is a number used extensively in many different areas of mathematics.

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Johann Heinrich Lambert is credited with the first proof that pi is irrational in 1768.

No. Pi is a finite number.

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Archimedes was the first Western mathematician to make a serious attempt at calculating the value of pi. His estimated, that pi was between 3.1408 and 3.1429.

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

While many theorize that the concept of pi has existed since the Ancient Egyptian Empire, the first 'modern' mathematician to calculate pi with any large degree of accuracy (and record his work) was Archimedes of Ancient Greece.

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