Asked in Italian to English
Italian to English
What is 'più mosso' when translated from Italian to English?
July 06, 2015 10:13PM
"More moved" is a literal English equivalent of the Italian phrase più mosso. The adverb and masculine singular past participle most famously refer to the quickened musical tempo of more movement. The pronunciation will be "pyoo MOS-so" in Italian.
What is 'Pi amo' when translated from Italian to English?
Asked in English to Japanese
What is the word pirceing when translated from English to Japanese?
How do letters of the English alphabet relate to pi?
Asked in Algebra
Which English man intoduced the pi symbol for pi in what year?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
What English man introduced the pi symbol for pi and in what year?
Asked in School Subjects, Math and Arithmetic, Geometry
The area and the circumference of a circle have the same measure What is the radius?
we have to look at the formula and it is 2*Pi*R for the circumference and for the area is is pi*R2 and for which number is the Square the same as when you reproduce it with 2 it is 2 because 2*pi*2 is 4pi and when you do 22*pi it is also 4 pi so. sorry for my bad English im am dutch and we are the only country who has translated terms for maths. all the other use the latin terms. weird isn't it??