The value of pie


(figure skater girl) #1

my sister has memorized, i think its the first 90 numbers of pie. al i know is 3.1415.

does anyone else think thats crazy?


(Brittany) #2

Umm I think it is weird. At my school all we use is the 3.14.


(mellannie) #3

i know 3.14159. i did know more, but i forgot what those numbers were.


(Sarah_0776) #4

Holy crap. How old is your sister? That's crazy! I'm with you- all I know is 3.1415


(figure skater girl) #5

she is 12 years old


(Anonymous) #6

"Pie" is pi :)


(Brittany) #7

I love me some Pie! :) Me<3'sPie


(figure skater girl) #8

[quote user="Alyssa"]

"Pie" is pi :)

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whatever. i dont know how to spell math stuff in english. only french. blame my teachers.


(CHLjoe) #9

Technically speaking it is a letter of the Greek alphabet first and then it was applied to Euclidean geometry.


(figure skater girl) #10

[quote user="CHLjoe"]

Technically speaking it is a letter of the Greek alphabet first and then it was applied to Euclidean geometry.

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???

are you talking about the spelling of the word pie?


(CHLjoe) #11

Yeah was just going on a tangent there.  Pi is the sixteenth letter of the Greek alphabet and it wasn't until Euclid came along that it was applied to geometry.


(system) #12

way to be intellecutal, joe. not all of us were livin' the greek life ;o)


(Anonymous) #13

Greek or Geek? No, no I'm totally kidding. Way to one-up our brains, Joe :)


(CHLjoe) #14

haha I do what I can and Alyssa you are correct, I am a geek, no shame in that


(system) #15

NERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRD :O)


(Angel34) #16

Diabetic Nerds Unite!!!!


(CHLjoe) #17

UDN formation?


(macylu) #18

I know the square root of pi or part of it; 1.77245

Twilight taught me the square root of pi.       =)

-Macy


(since030993) #19

to me pie is invaluable... pumpkin, pecan, blueberry, chocolate cream, apple, lemon chiffon, key lime, peach, cherry, banana cream, oooooooooooo i looooooooove pie!!!

forget the math of it... I LOVE PIE!


(Woo Its Pat) #20

I don't want to go off on a tangent, but I saw a sine that had to do with pi...