- Pi is the constant created by the relationship of every diameter to its circle.
- If one knows that the area of the circle equals pi times the square of the radius of the circle then one can also compute pi from that relationship.
- So far, pi has been calculated to 1.24 trillion decimal places with the aid of a supercomputer.
- Saying that pi is 3.14 without addressing the fact that it goes on infinitely afterward overlooks the true essence of the number.
- The circumference of a circle can be found by multiplying pi (which is equal to 3.14) by the diameter of the circle.