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I let that darn "Pi"vate Detective Algebra get away again!! Ohhh.... Archimedes is gonna kill me. He was the first one to rigirously calculate Pi.
AH! At last. I have the book of Pilish! But there's a note in the back. Hm...wonder what it says. "Math nerds made an entire language out of the numbers in Pi. " Sounds dumb. I GOT THE BOOK!
You know what you have to do young one. You must retrieve the book the circular constant, a nickname for Pi, and restore smartness to our town. The fate of all math is in your hands child.
okay. I don't know how to read anyway. I just needed it to pass my SAT. Here ya go.
I got ya now "Pi"vate. Hand over the book and no one gets hurt.
You mean to tell me that I could have easily avoided a negated situation and just have waited until he finished his stupid test??!! Well I bet her didn't know that Al-Khwarizmi, who lived in Baghdad around A.D. 800, worked on a value of pi calculated to four digits: 3.1416 So I win.
The city was saved and "Pi"vate failed his SAT because he forgot he couldn't read. The only thing he got right was this: Computing pi is a stress test for a computer—a kind of “digital cardiogram.
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