## Amazing facts about Pi

1. The most recognised mathematical constant is Pi. Pi is often considered as the most intriguing and important number in all of mathematics.

. The symbol for pi has been regularly used for the past 250 years only.

3. You can never find the true circumference or area of a circle because we can never find the true value of pi.

4. “Wolf in the Fold”, the Star Trek episode, Spock spoils the evil computer by commanding it to, compute the last digit of Pi value.

5. In the Greek alphabets, Pi is the sixteenth letter. In English p is also sixteenth letter.

6. Pi: Faith in Chaos, a fascinating movie directed by Darren Aronofsky’s won Directory Award at the 1988 Sundance Film Festival. In this movie, the main character attempts to find simple answers about Pi and drives him mad.

7. Pi, represents the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. It can be also said as, the number of times a circle’s diameter will fit around its circumference.

. The symbol for pi has been regularly used for the past 250 years only.

3. You can never find the true circumference or area of a circle because we can never find the true value of pi.

4. “Wolf in the Fold”, the Star Trek episode, Spock spoils the evil computer by commanding it to, compute the last digit of Pi value.

5. In the Greek alphabets, Pi is the sixteenth letter. In English p is also sixteenth letter.

6. Pi: Faith in Chaos, a fascinating movie directed by Darren Aronofsky’s won Directory Award at the 1988 Sundance Film Festival. In this movie, the main character attempts to find simple answers about Pi and drives him mad.

7. Pi, represents the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. It can be also said as, the number of times a circle’s diameter will fit around its circumference.

10. Pi value when calculated will continue infinitely without repetition or pattern. The value have been calculated to more than one trillion digits beyond its decimal points. Chao Lu holds the world record for remembering the value of Pi up to 67,890 digits.

11. Ludolph Van Ceulen spent most of his life calculating the first 36 digits of Pi. n This is known as Ludolphine Number.

12. William Shanks calculated the first 707 digits of Pi by hand, unfortunately he made a mistake after 527th place. He has done it in 19th century.

13. With the help of Hitachi SR 8000, a powerful computer, a Japanese scientist found 1.24 trillion digits of Pi, breaking all the previous records.

14. Pi is the secret code in The Net starring Sandra Bullock and in Alfred Hitchcock ‘s Torn Curtain.

15. The number 360 is the 359th digit position of Pi, which is connected to circle.

16. Computing the value of Pi is a Stress test for a computer.

17. 104348/33215 is the most accurate fraction of Pi, which is equal to 00000001056%.

18. There are no zeros in the first 31 digits of Pi.

19. Humans studied Pi for almost 4000 years.

20. Pi is mentioned in bible.

21. Archimedes is the first person, who intensely studied about Pi in the ancient times.

22. Albert Einstein was born on Pi day.

23. The well known fraction of Pi(22/7) is 0.00000849% accurate.

24. In the first 31 digits of Pi, there are no zeros.

25. Even computers can’t find the value of Pi.

26. Plato supposedly obtained accurate value for pi : √2 + √3, which is 3.146.

27. Most people say that there are no corners for circle, but actual fact is circle has infinite number of corners.

28. 314159, the first six digits of Pi appear in order at least six times among the first ten million decimals of Pi.

29. “Ludolph’s Number”, “Archimedes constant”, “Circular constant” are names by which Pi is referred.

30. William Jones is the person, who introduced the symbol of Pi in the year 1706. But it was Leonhard Euler who popularized it in 1737.

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