Happy Pi Day

Hello everyone who loves math /math lovers out there, today  is Pi day!
   And also the birthday of Great Genius Albert  Einstein

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Happy Pi Day .

Some Facts about Pi :-

1.) The symbol (Greek letter “π”) was
first used in 1706 by William Jones.

2.) The alphabet ‘p’  was used to denote pi because, it was associated with perimeter of circle.

3.) Pi has been calculated to over one trillion digits past its decimal.

4.) Both π and the letter p are the sixteenth letter in the Greek and English alphabets respectively.

5.) First 144 digits of pi add up to 666.
    And we have 144 = (6+6) ×(6+6)

6.)  Father of calculus (meaning “pebble used in counting” from calx or limestone”), Isaac Newton calculated pi to at least 16 decimal places.

7.) The Babylonians, who found the first known value of Pi, used the
fraction  25/8.

8.) Some scientists use the fractions 22/7  , 355/113 and 104348 /33215 to approximate Pi.

9.) The sum of the reciprocals of the squares of all the positive integers is ((pi)^2)/6, a result found by Euler and alternatively confirmed using the Riemann Zeta function.

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About Praveenkumar P Kalikeri

ABOUT US Hey,Thanks for dropping by .First I would like to Appreciate for your love towards the Mathematics Subject. My name is Praveenkumar Kalikeri. I'm an Engineering Student from Karnataka , India. My Passion for Mathematics , encouraged me to start this blog . I Started loving the Mathematics subject from my schooling days.I was greatly motivated by teachers, parents who always helped me .        Numbers have Beauty !! They fascinated me .. As we all know best method to try out something new is to study old theories , concepts , its drawbacks, etc. I ,myself Started learning Vedic Mathematics at age of 15. Here , I will share vedic maths tricks learned and modified by me in simple manner which will be useful in various competitive exams. "If You Believe , You Can Do".
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