1. Explain that pi is a mathematical constant equaling approximately 3.14159. 2. Write on a chalk board the derivation of pi: pi is equal to the circumference of a circle divided
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Pi is a letter in the Greek alphabet but it is the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle. Approximately 3.142 (at 3 decimal places) Earliest references to Pi was
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delicious the irrational number celebrated on march fourteenth of every year the area of a circle divided by the square of its radius
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Pi was chosen as the letter to represent the number 3.141592. because the pi in Greek,
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