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Aug 20, 2016 **...** Pi is a never ending number and Pi Day an excuse for a tasty treat! Explore both
the mystery and beauty of this irrational number in our amazing **pi facts**.

www.livescience.com/58249-surprising-facts-about-pi.html

Mar 14, 2017 **...** Despite **pi's** near-mythic status, there are still some little-known **facts** about this
mathematical constant.

www.livescience.com/44091-facts-about-pi-for-pi-day.html

Mar 14, 2014 **...** **Pi**, or π, is defined as the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. **Pi** is
an irrational number, meaning it cannot be written as a simple fraction. Instead, it
can be expressed as an infinite, nonrepeating decimal (3.14159…) or
approximated as the fraction 22/7. Here are some nerdy **facts** about the ...

www.studentguide.org/all-about-pi-everything-you-need-to-know-then-some

**Pi** is a never-ending number and that sense of infinity has attracted both
advanced mathematicians as well as beginning math students for hundreds of
years. This article breaks down some of the **facts** and mysteries about **pi** into four
sections: Fun **Facts** About **Pi**, Advanced **Facts** About **Pi**, **Pi** in Pop Culture, and
Sites and ...

www.spinfold.com/30-amazing-facts-about-pi

**Facts** about **Pi**:Even computers can't find the value of **Pi**.Most people say that
there are no corners for circle, but actual fact is circle has infinite number of
corners.

www.networkworld.com/article/2164391/data-center/data-center-28-facts-about-pi-that-you-probably-didn-t-know.html

Mar 14, 2013 **...** That's right, March 14 is international **Pi** Day. Get it -- **pi** is 3.14, and March 14 is 3
/14?

mashable.com/2015/03/13/perfect-pi-day

Mar 13, 2015 **...** 3/14/15 is the perfect, sequential **Pi** Day that happens only once in 1000 years.

www.softschools.com/facts/math/pi_facts/2424

**Pi** refers to the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. The approximate
value is 3.14159, often shortened to 3.14. The decimal in **Pi** never ends, and the
numbers never repeat themselves in a permanent pattern. Because of the fact
that the number repeats it is not possible to find a circle's true circumference or
area.

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The Unique **Facts** of **Pi**. **Pi** has about 6.4 billion known digits which would take a
person roughly 133 years to recite without stopping. The world record holder for
the most memorized digits of **Pi** took nine hours to recite over 44,000 digits of **Pi**.
Some scientists use the fractions , and to approximate **Pi**. These fractions have
an ...