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FUN FACTS. Here's a little trivia, history and information from the vaults of Pi Beta Phi at Texas Tech University. The Basics. Pi Beta Phi's nickname is Pi Phi. The colors are Wine and Silver Blue. The flower is the wine (not red!) carnation. The badge is a golden arrow with 12 links in the chain. It can be plain or jeweled!

Oct 9, 2017 ... Pi is considered as the bread and butter for mathematicians and engineers. It is literally awesome, a little weird though but awesome. The number pi is a mathematical constant, and it defines the ratio between the circumference of a circle and its diameter. Since the early 19th century (most probably from the ...

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Mar 14, 2014 ... Math lovers celebrate today (3/14) as Pi Day, in honor of the irrational number pi. Pi is an irrational number, meaning it cannot be written as a simple fraction. Here are some nerdy facts about the irrational number, to impress your friends as you celebrate Pi Day (which is also Albert Einstein'

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Sep 24, 2013 ... Let's find out about pi facts if you want to know more about science. It is considered as the most intriguing number in mathematics. This mathematical constant is very recognizable. Pi has the symbol of p. It has been used in the mathematical world for about 250 years. Find more facts about pi below: ...

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Mar 13, 2017 ... There's much that's still not known about what is considered the most important and intriguing number in mathematics, but every time a new fact or tidbit comes to light, pi enthusiasts are spurred on in wanting to learn more. Luca Capogna. Luca Capogna, rhubarb pie enthusiast and head of the Department ...

Jun 23, 2011 ... QI: Quite interesting facts about the solar system. 12 May 2011. Life of pi. The one mathematical constant most non-geeks know is pi or π, the Greek letter P. This is obtained when you divide a circle's circumference by its diameter. π is approximately equal to 3.14159265358979, but it's an irrational number ...

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(OEIS A000796). Pi's digits have many interesting properties, although not very much is known about their analytic properties. However, spigot (Rabinowitz and Wagon 1995; Arndt and Haenel 2001; Borwein and Bailey 2003, pp. 140-141) and digit-extraction algorithms (the BBP formula) are known for pi . A brief history of ...