## What is state pi?

## What is state pi?

Chu (state) Pi (Chinese: 邳) was a Zhou dynasty (1045–256 BC) vassal state in ancient China.

## What was wrong with the Indiana House Bill #246 in 1897?

The bill House Bill No. 246, Indiana State Legislature, 1897, reportedly set the value of pi to an incorrect rational approximation.

**Is pi illegal in Indiana?**

On Feb. 6, 1897, Indiana’s state representatives voted to declare 3.2 the legal value of pi. Pi is a number that defines what a circle is. It’s the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, and it’s the same for every circle: 3.141592 followed by a string of over 22 trillion other digits.

### What was the Chinese estimate of pi?

Lui Hui reached a polygon of 192 sides when he calculated pi to lie between 3.14 64/625 and 3.14 169/625. From these figures he deduced an approximate value for pi of 157/50 or 3.14. He gave another value of 3927/1250 or 3.1416 which he said could be verified when calculations reached the polygon of 3,072 sides.

### What states do not require a PI license?

Answer: To date, just 5 states do not require private investigators to be licensed at the state level:

- Alaska.
- Idaho.
- Mississippi.
- South Dakota.
- Wyoming.

**Do private investigators make good money?**

In 2018, private investigators made a median annual salary of $50,090, or $24.08 per hour. Depending on experience, education, industry, and licensure, private investigators can seek out higher salaries and opportunities for advancement in the field.

#### Is pi an infinite?

We still call it Pi Day. No matter how big your circle, the ratio of circumference to diameter is the value of Pi. Pi is an irrational number—you can’t write it down as a non-infinite decimal. This means you need an approximate value for Pi.

#### What formula uses pi?

The formula for the value of pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. In the ratio form, it is π = Circumference/Diameter.

**What does a PI license allow you to do?**

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## Can anyone be a PI?

You need to be a citizen and submit a copy of government ID. You will need to complete a license course approved by the government and submit proof of completion. This can be an online course. Typically, a degree in a criminal justice type field will qualify you for a PI license.

## Are there zeros in pi?

Well, in fact, no. There are eleven 0’s and fifteen 1’s. From this knowledge, you would expect the infinite expansion of pi would be comprised of about 42.3% zeros and 57.7% ones.

**Who is father of pi?**

Archimedes of Syracuse

The first calculation of π was done by Archimedes of Syracuse (287–212 BC), one of the greatest mathematicians of the ancient world.