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Pi - The Irrational Constant
Try to answer questions on this most important and mysterious mathematical constant - Pi.
Which of these correctly defines the mathematical constant pi?
The ratio of a circle's area to its radius.
The ratio of a circle's area to its diameter.
The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter.
The ratio of a circle's circumference to its radius.
References to measurements of a circular basin in the Bible (Kings 7:23), appears to give what corresponding value for pi?
What is the exact value of the mathematical constant pi, a real number which is in common use in mathematics, physics, and engineering?
There is no answer
square root of ( 16 / (square root of 3) )
The mathematical constant Pi can be approximated by taking a series of polygons inscribed in a circle and a series of polygons circumscribed around the circle. Who was the first to write of this method of calculating pi?
Sir Isaac Newton
Carl Friedrich Gauss
The mathematical constant Pi is inherently involved in which of these math problems ?
Squaring the circle
Finding the optimum value for the weight of a building's foundation
Calculating the number of years it takes to double your money in an investment
Calculating the area of polygons
Whose was the proposal to use the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet, π, as a symbol for Archimedes' constant, also known as Ludolph's number?
Pi Day is celebrated by many lovers of the mathematical constant, π, on what date?
Which of these statements regarding the mathematical constant, pi is incorrect?
By using larger and larger computers we can one day find the exact value of pi
People compete to see who can memorize the most digits of pi
Lars Erickson wrote a symphony based on pi
Pi is transcendental
As you calculate more and more decimal places for the mathematical constant pi, you will eventually reach "Feynman's Point." Which one of these most accurately defines "Feynman's Point?"
The decimal place where we have six zeros in a row
The decimal place where we have five nines in a row
The last decimal place we know
The place where the decimal value of pi shows three 9's in a row
Which of these statements regarding the mathematical constant, pi, is incorrect?
The first written reference to the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter was written about 1650 b.c.e
22/7 is a good approximation for the value of pi
There is no zero in the decimal expansion of pi
In September of 2002, Dr. Yasumasa Kanada at Tokyo University calculated pi to 1.2411trillion decimal places
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