The number pi is equal to 3.141592653 and

so on and so on… and it represents the ratio of any circle’s circumference to its diameter,

but why is the symbol pi used? Why not use c, or even phi? What about a circle? Why not

a picture of a cat? The idea is that any symbol could have been used, and the number would

still be 3.14159. Well when Archimedes started to calculate pi by using polygons with more

and more sides he needed a letter to label the number he found. Being Greek he used periféreia

meaning periphery, or perímetros meaning perimeter to describe the circumference of

the circle. Just as we would use H to label the height of a tree today he used the letter

pi from perímetros for the number 3.14159. That is why the symbol pi is used today.

So smart, much learning, wow!

(0:10 – 0:27) So, basically what you're saying is…: They just used that symbol 'cause they COULD?… hmm… interessttinnnggggg

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How I can find greek languge

He got good penmanship! See, if that was me writing, you would've been reading Baybayin 😂

Can I eat it please?

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