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### Pi

1. 1. PI By max, Michael and aaron 3.141592653589793238462643383270582097 9821480 86513282 8481117 4502841 6442881 09756659 1456485 6692346 3724587 0066063 67892590 360011 43305727 03657 80744623 799627Friday, 15 March, 13
2. 2. WHY PI IS SO IMPORTANT The reason why PI is so important in math is because it helps us ﬁnd the circumference and diameter of a circle. It doesnt matter how big or small the circle is the ratio stays the same. PI can easily be measured with a string but is not accurate. PI has been popular for centuries.Friday, 15 March, 13
3. 3. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PI Pi, the circumference of a circle divided by diameter, shows up in all sorts of mathematical solutions. sometimes in unexpected mathematical answers. The number π (PI) is a mathematical unit that is the ratio of a circles circumference to its diameter, and is approximately equal to 3.14159. It has been represented by the Greek letter "π". The real number of PI is never ending although some scientists have discovered more than six billion digits of PI. Pi can be approximated by the ratio of 22/7Friday, 15 March, 13
4. 4. THANKS FOR WATCHING! THANKS FOR WATCHING! THANKS FOR WATCHING! THANKS FOR WATCHING! THANKS FOR WATCHING! THANKS FOR WATCHING! THANKS FOR WATCHING!Friday, 15 March, 13