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What is the word pi mean?


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Answered 2009-03-10 15:38:18

Pi ( π ) is the ratio of any circle' s circunference to its diameter.

It's an endless number, so usually it is rounded to 3.14.

So, to calculate a circunference's length, you have to do:

(Diameter)x(Pi (consider it as 3.14))=(Perimeter)

Here are some more digits of the Pi:

3.14159265358979323846

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'pi son' is 'are more'. Pi son is pronounced 'Peeh-SOON'.


There are 2 types of the word pie and or pi. PIE is a food that usually have fruits in it. The word PI has to do with math and it means a number that goes on forever. Actually, pi is a number associated with circles. The typical way of writing pi is 3.14. but that is the short version.


It means pi to the power of two. pi square = pi * pi


the word pi as a mathematics multiple by pi .r.2that's what pi stands for.


If you mean the diameter of a circle with area pi, then the diameter is 2. If you mean the diameter of a circle with circumference pi, then the diameter is 2. If you mean the diameter of a circle with diameter pi, then the diameter is pi. If you mean the diameter of a circle with radius pi, then the diameter is 2pi.


If you mean what do you divide to get pi. Then it is: circle's circumference/diameter = pi


Pi is a Greek letter for the "P" sound.


If you mean the number pi, that has an infinite number of decimals.If you mean the number pi, that has an infinite number of decimals.If you mean the number pi, that has an infinite number of decimals.If you mean the number pi, that has an infinite number of decimals.


The symbol of pi is 16th letter of the Greek alphabet and it was chosen because the first letter of the equivalent of the word perimeter begins with pi in the Greek language.


Technically pi is two letters put together to form a word. How ever, the word "pi" does represent the number 3.14159265... (or simply 3.14).


Yes. Pi is allowed in Scrabble.


The number for pi is: 3.1415926535897932384626433832795


If you mean a circle: the circumference is equal to diameter x pi, or 2 x pi x radius.If you mean a circle: the circumference is equal to diameter x pi, or 2 x pi x radius.If you mean a circle: the circumference is equal to diameter x pi, or 2 x pi x radius.If you mean a circle: the circumference is equal to diameter x pi, or 2 x pi x radius.


Do you mean pi? pi = 3.1415926535 Circumference of a circle = pi*diameter


pi is the ratio of the perimeter of a circle to its diameter. The Greek letter, pi, is the first letter of the word perimetros (Greek for perimeter).


If you mean the number pi, you can't have a "large amount of pi" or a "small amount of pi" - the number pi will always be the number pi (approximately 3.1416).


If you mean the number pi, pi + pi is usually written as 2pi.


PI is the Latin name of the Greek letter(by Greek letter I mean the PI symbol.


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"Pi" is the ratio between the circumference and the diameter of a circle. The Greek letter π (pi) was first adopted for the number as an abbreviation of the Greek word for perimeter (περίμετρος), or as an abbreviation for "periphery/diameter", by William Jones in 1706.


in the greek alphabet the letter P is the same as the pi symbol...i think


Think of pi as infinity. It never ends. You might mean "3.14" as an approximation of pi, though.


Either you mean "cos(x) multiplied by pi", (i.e pi*cos(x)) or "cos(pi)" (i.e cosine of pi), but it is unclear which you mean from the question. Please clarify.


That would depend if you mean 2 times the radius times pi (2*pi*r) or the more likely scenario pi times radius squared (pi*r2). 2*pi*r is the formula of the circumference of a 2d circle. Pi*r2 is the formula of the area of a 2d circle.


The term pi comes from the greek letter pi, which is the first letter of the word which in English is "perimeter".



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