## What is a PI poem?

A “**Pi Poem**” is composed of words where the length of each word is equal to each digit of **pi** in order. So for example, the beginning of the **poem** would be made of a 3-letter word, 1-letter word, 4-letter word, 1-letter word, and 5-letter word, for the beginning of **pi** which starts as 3.1415.

## Why is Pi Day so special?

Also known as March 14^{th}, **Pi Day** is when mathematicians and math lovers around the world celebrate **pi**, often approximated to 3.14, which is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. The ancient Babylonians and Egyptians used approximations for **pi** when calculating the area of a circle.

## What does Pi Day stand for?

**Pi Day** is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant **π** (**pi**). Celebrations often involve eating **pie** or holding **pi** recitation competitions. In 2009, the United States House of Representatives supported the designation of **Pi Day**.

## What are 3 interesting facts about pi?

**Pi** Day: 7 **interesting facts** about the most famous number in mathematics

**Pi**is all encompassing.**Pi**is ancient.- We’ve used computers to calculate
**pi**to more than 22 trillion digits. - Humans have memorized vast stretches of
**pi**. **Pi**has a bit part in many books and movies.

## How I wish I could calculate pi meaning?

The title of this article is one of many mnemonic devices that people use to remember the digits of the number π. Thirty digits or so are enough to **calculate** the circumference of the known universe with a precision that you **would** need an electron microscope to notice.

## Will Pi ever end?

It is also referred to as Archimedes’ constant. Being an irrational number, **π** cannot be expressed as a common fraction, although fractions such as 22/7 are commonly used to approximate it. Equivalently, its decimal representation never **ends** and never settles into a permanently repeating pattern.

## Why is March 14th Pi?

**March 14** is **Pi Day**. **Pi Day** celebrates the mathematical constant π (3.14). It is celebrated in countries that follow the month/**day** (m/dd) date format, because the digits in the date, **March 14** or 3/**14**, are the first three digits of π (3.14). **Pi Day** was founded by Physicist Larry Shaw in 1988.

## Who first calculated pi?

The **Egyptians** calculated the area of a circle by a formula that gave the approximate value of 3.1605 for π. The first calculation of π was done by **Archimedes of Syracuse** (287–212 BC), one of the greatest mathematicians of the ancient world.

## How do you memorize pi?

One way to **remember** the first few digits of **pi** is to count the letters in the words of this phrase: “How I need a drink, alcoholic of course, after the heavy lectures involving quantum mechanics.”

## How is PI calculated?

In some ways **Pi** (**π**) is a really straightforward number – **calculating Pi** simply involves taking any circle and dividing its circumference by its diameter. In fact if you search long enough within the digits of **Pi** (**π**) you can find any number, including your birthday.

## What do you do on Pi Day?

**Below are ten delicious ways you and your coworkers can increase the circumference of your waistbands on Pi Day.**

- Challenge Coworkers to a Bake-Off.
- Eat as Much
**Pie**as Possible. - Memorize as Much
**Pi**as Possible. - Celebrate “Piversity”
- Fundraise with a
**Pie**Sale. - Have a Midday Snack Break.
- Send Pies to Your Customers.

## Which is more important PI or E?

**e** is easier to spell than **pi**. The character for **e**, not **pi**, can be found on a keyboard. ln(pi1) is a really nasty number, but ln(e1) = 1. **e** is used in calculus whereas **pi** is used in geometry.

## What is pi backwards?

**Pi**: 3.14 **backwards** is **PIE**.

## What’s the most famous number?

**Try these out for size!**

**911**is most recognizable as the number to call for emergencies.**7**is the number most commonly designated as people’s favorite.**73**is Sheldon Cooper’s favorite number (on the TV show The Big Bang Theory).**10**is most famous because it’s usually the number of items on “top” or “most” lists!