Julian
'
s Science Experiments
Famous Experiments and Inventions
The Scientific Method
Home
Mathematics Encyclopedia
Math Science Fair Projects
Math Jokes
Famous Mathematicians
Warning!
Pi
K12 Lesson Plans, Class Activities, Science Fair Projects & Background Information
For Elementary, Middle and High School Students & Teachers
π Resources
Background Information
Pi  Wikipedia
[
View Resource
]
What is π?
[
View Resource
]
A Brief History of π
[
View Resource
]
The letter π
[
View Resource
]
A Slice of Pi
[
View Resource
]
Celebrate Pi Day!
[
View Resource
]
Exploratorium Pi Day  Fun Pi Facts & Pi Day Activities
[
View Resource
]
Pi Day cards
[
View Resource
]
K12 Experiments, Labs, Lesson Plans and Science Fair Projects
Plan a Pi Day Party for March 14 (Grades 312)
[
View Resource
]
Discovering the Magical Pi (Grades 68)
[
View Resource
]
Discovering Pi (Grades 57)
[
View Resource
]
What Pi is and means (Grades 68)
[
View Resource
]
What is Pi?
[
View Resource
]
Geometry & Trigonometry Science Fair Projects and Experiments
[
View Resource
]
Duplicate the method Archimedes used to estimate the value of Pi
[
View Resource
]
Archimedes' calculation of Pi
[
View Resource
]
A history of Pi
[
View Resource
]
Calculation of Pi Using the Monte Carlo Method
[
View Resource
]
Pi Calculator Applet
[
View Resource
]
Everyone Loves Pi (science fair project)
[
View Resource
]
Advanced Studies, Research and Articles
A simple proof that π is irrational
[
View Resource
]
The Life of Pi: From Archimedes to Eniac and Beyond
[
View Resource
]
The Tau Manifesto
[
View Resource
]
Even from GregoryLeibniz series π could be computed: an example of how convergence of series can be accelerated
[
View Resource
]
Pi Formulas
[
View Resource
]
FAQ on πCalculus
[
View Resource
]
Do Scripture and Mathematics Agree on the Number π?
[
View Resource
]
See also
Pi Computation: History and Methods
[
View Resource
]
Monte Carlo Methods for Pi Calculation
[
View Resource
]
My Dog Kelly
Follow Us On:
Privacy Policy

Site Map

About Us

Letters to the Editor
Comments and inquiries could be addressed to:
webmaster@julian
T
rubin.com
Last updated: June 2013
Copyright © 20032013 Julian Rubin