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## What does pi mean in volume?

Introduction: Finding the Volume of Pie Using Pi (π) Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter: 3.14. It is the same measurement for circles of any size. Diameter – a line going through the circle from edge to edge, dividing circle in half. Circumference – the distance around the circle.

### Why is pi used when finding the area of a circle?

In geometry, the area enclosed by a circle of radius r is πr2. Here the Greek letter π represents the constant ratio of the circumference of any circle to its diameter, approximately equal to 3.1416.

**How do you use pi to find volume?**

The formula that is used to determine the volume of the cylinder in terms of pi is V = πr2h cubic units where, “V”, “r” and “h” are the volume, radius, and height of the cylinder. This formula of volume of the cylinder also shows its dependence on the radius and height of the cylinder.

**What are the applications of pi?**

In basic mathematics, Pi is used to find area and circumference of a circle. You might not use it yourself every day, but Pi is used in most calculations for building and construction, quantum physics, communications, music theory, medical procedures, air travel, and space flight, to name a few.

## How do you find something in terms of pi?

Give your answer in terms of pi? Answer: Square the radius and multiply by Pi. 15^2 is 225, so the answer is 225Pi. Just leave the pi are the end of the number.

### What does term Pi mean?

This means multiply the number by itself. Multiply the product times pi. a. If you are leaving the answer in terms of pi, then you can just leave the pi symbol in the answer.

**When do you need to calculate pi ( π )?**

Lots of things are round, and whenever something is round, Pi (π) usually becomes important. For example if an engineer wants to calculate the volume of a water pipe they will use the following formula for a cylinder: (Where is the radius of the pipe and is the height of the pipe.)

**Why do we use PI for finding the area of a circle?**

It doesn’t matter how big or small the circle is – the ratio stays the same. Properties like this that stay the same when you change other attributes are called constants. Because it’s so easily observed (you can measure it with a piece of string!), Pi has been popular for centuries.

## How big is the inner square of Pi?

The outer square obviously has a circumference of 4, and the inner square has a circumference of 4 * √1/2, which is roughly 2.828. So we’ve proved some very loose bounds on Pi – and now you can see why Archimedes had to go up to a 96-sided polygon before he started getting good results!

### Which is more efficient series to calculate pi?

Another series which converges more quickly is the Nilakantha Series which was developed in the 15 th century. Converges more quickly means that you need to work out fewer terms for your answer to become closer to Pi (π) . Mathematicians have also found other more efficient series for calculating Pi (π).