Q: Why do people make such a big deal about pi?

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Pi actually is NOT a big number- it's only 3.14 well, there are like 500 more numbers after that, but just use 3.14. LOL.

There are no such theories, at least not by sane people. There is no reason to believe that the digits of pi have anything to do with dates of important events.

probobly because pi equals 3.14 and you can make 3.14 negative so yes you can have negative pi

3.14 is short for pi. Pi can go on forever and ever. It's just a rounded number of pi to make things easier to understand.

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pi is a big anwser

I'm not sure, but that would make one big pi. <groan> Diameter x pi = circumference 27 ft x 3.141 = ___

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people use pi to find the circumference of a circle.

Pi is important to the study of math because is can be used in many ways. For example, you can use it to find the circumference of a circle and the volume of a sphere. I am not really sure how people calculated that pi works for that, but it plays a big part in our math history.

Divide that by pi to get the diameter, or by (2 x pi) to get the radius.

Not in its entirety.

Archimedes of Syracuse is said to be the first mathematician to make a systematic attempt to estimate pi in the third century BC.

Pi actually is NOT a big number- it's only 3.14 well, there are like 500 more numbers after that, but just use 3.14. LOL.

Pi Came From The Greek People

The Hindus created PI

Pi is the ratio of a (perfect) circle's circumference to its diameter. It was, and still is, used to make more accurate measurements of things containing circles or parts of circles. Pi also shows up in trigonometry and higher maths.