'Pi' (π) is a mathematical constant whose approximate value is 3. 14159 which has been known for 4,000 years and discovered by ancient Babylonians. The Egyptians calculated the area of a circle by a formula giving 'Pi' an approximate How well do you about Pi? value. This quiz has been developed to test your knowledge about Pi and its digit functions. Play this pi symbol quiz with your friends and family members for more learning! So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!
1415
3256
2917
5971
6355
5692
1234
8264
9265
7539
The Suse tablette from the Babylonians
The Rhind papyrus from the Egyptians
Paper on the method of Archimedes
A carved stone
He calculated 2 million decimals on a Cray
He memorised 4096 decimals of π
He cooked the biggest Apple Pie (3m in circumference)
By traveling 314 km on his hands
206,158,430,000
206,000,000,000
68,719,470,000
6,442,450,938
16%
27%
43%
52%
11.1110111101111100
1.10111011010010011
101.110101000111100
11.0010010000111111
The constant such that exp(i*π)=-1
The double of the unique root to the equation cos(x)=0 between 0 and 2
The real number that appears in the differention 2*π*e(x) of the function e(x), unique continu homorphism of the additive group R on the multiplicative group U of the complex number of absolute number 1
The perimeter of an apple π divided by it's diameter
We could find the Bible and our own biography at a precise place in the decimals of π translate in letters
We could calculate the size of the universe
We could finally have a discussion with π
We won't need to calculate it's decimal anymore because we could guess them using the previous one
Simon Plouffe
David Bailey
Peter Borwein
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