Pi

### A slice of π

π is ubiquitous both in mathematics and physics. Its appearance in some contexts are intuitive to grasp. Others require intellectual contortion, a mind-bending that defies all intuition.

Pi

π is ubiquitous both in mathematics and physics. Its appearance in some contexts are intuitive to grasp. Others require intellectual contortion, a mind-bending that defies all intuition.

Pi

A simple experiment to approximate π

Pi

We interact with the number π (‘pi’) everyday. Due to its fundamental involvement with circles, π has found applications in virtually every industry, ranging from sports to designing power lines and everything in between. It would, then, seem absurd that a number that is seemingly so specific and universal can

Pi

The easy, the sophisticated and the surprising way of estimating π