Pi Day

Pi Day
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  • ***Yeah of course Calum! Be there in 10.***
  • Hey Gaby, can you meet me at Pop? I need help on my Pi day project.
  • So, you're in movie club right? How about I help you out with this information and you can put it one of those cool movies you make!
  • Sounds good! Let's start at the beginning. What mathematician first developed the number pi?
  • Hmmm sounds complicated. So how long is the number pi anyays?
  • Well, William Jones from the UK is named to first use the symbol π to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. However, many others like the Ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse are credited to also find the first estimate of the actual number.
  • I think there's 22,459,157,718,361 fully verified digits of pi according to the world record broke on November 11th, 2016 by Peter Trueb. To the 10th decimal place, pi is about 3.1415926535
  • I better be writing this down.
  • I read online that Pi is used to find any circumference or area in a circle. Pi is commonly used in many science fields. One in particular is in astronomy, when scientist use pi to find pi to find areas and circumferences of different planets, even on ones that haven't been discovered yet! I think thats pretty cool!
  • Sounds like YOU'VE got the hand of this!
  • Did someone order pie?
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