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American Pi Find, find the value of pi. Starts 3 point 1 4 1 5 9. Good ol’ boys gave it a try, But the decimal never dies, The decimal never dies.....

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American Pi In the Hebrew Bible we do see The circle ratio appears as three, And the Rhind Papyrus does report four- thirds to the fourth, And 22 sevenths Archimedes found with polygons was a good upper bound. The Chinese got it really keen: Three-five-five over one thirteen!

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More joined the action with arctan series and continued fractions. In the seventeen-hundreds, my oh my, The English coined the symbol Pi Then Lambert showed it was a lie To look for rational pi He started singing....

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Find, find the value of pi. Starts 3 point 1 4 1 5 9. Good ol’ boys gave it a try, But the decimal never dies, The decimal never dies.....

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Late eighteen-hundreds, Lindemann shared why a circle can’t be squared But there’s no tellin’ some people— Can’t pop their bubble with Buffon’s needle, Like the country doctor who sought renown From a new “truth” he thought he found.

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The Indiana Senate floor Read his bill that made Four. That bill got through the House With a vote unanimous! But in the end the statesmen sighed, “It’s not for us to decide,” So the bill was left to die

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Like the quest for rational pi. They started singing....

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Find, find the value of pi. Starts 3 point 1 4 1 5 9. Good ol’ boys gave it a try, But the decimal never dies, The decimal never dies.....

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The doctor’s in the sky dreams May not look so extreme If you take a look back: Math’maticians long thought that Deductive systems could be complete And there was one true geometry.

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Now in these computer times, We test the best machines to find to a billion places That so far lack pattern’s traces. It’s great when we can truly see Math as human history –

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That adds curiosity... Easy as ! Let’s all try singing...

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Find, find the value of pi. Starts 3 point 1 4 1 5 9. Good ol’ boys gave it a try, But the decimal never dies, The decimal never dies.....

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