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'''[[File:800px-Pi_uc_lc.svg.png|thumb|344px]]Pi ('''uppercase '''Π''', lowercase '''π) '''is the fifth letter of the Greek Alphabet. It represents "p". In the Greek Numerals system, it has a value of 80. Other Greek letters used in mathematics include:
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'''[[File:800px-Pi_uc_lc.svg.png|thumb|344px]]Pi ('''uppercase '''Π''', lowercase '''π) '''is the fifth letter of the Greek Alphabet. It represents "p". In the Greek Numerals system, it has a value of 80.
   
* Σ/Sigma : Either used as a Modulo Two-Sum or a N-ary Summation
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Its Unicodes are:
   
* ε/Epislon : A Euler (Pronounced "Oiler") constant
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<span class="nowrap" style="white-space: nowrap; ">U+03C0</span> <span style="font-size: 16px; ">π</span> <span class="smallcaps" style="font-variant: small-caps; ">greek small letter pi</span> (HTML: π &pi;)
   
* φ/Phi : Commonly used to stand for the golden ratio
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<span class="nowrap" style="white-space: nowrap; ">U+03A0</span> <span style="font-size: 16px; ">Π</span> <span class="smallcaps" style="font-variant: small-caps; ">greek capital letter pi</span> (HTML: Π &Pi;)
   
And many others
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==Trivia==
   
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Other Greek letters used in mathematics include:
   
Its Unicodes are:
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* Σ/Sigma : Either used as a Modulo Two-Sum or a N-ary Summation
   
<span class="nowrap" style="white-space: nowrap; ">U+03C0</span> <span style="font-size: 16px; ">π</span> <span class="smallcaps" style="font-variant: small-caps; ">greek small letter pi</span> (HTML: π &pi;)
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* ε/Epislon : A Euler (Pronounced "Oiler") constant
   
<span class="nowrap" style="white-space: nowrap; ">U+03A0</span> <span style="font-size: 16px; ">Π</span> <span class="smallcaps" style="font-variant: small-caps; ">greek capital letter pi</span> (HTML: Π &Pi;)
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* φ/Phi : Commonly used to stand for the golden ratio
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And many others.
 
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[[Category:Letters]]
 
[[Category:Pi]]
 
[[Category:Pi]]

Revision as of 14:37, January 22, 2012

800px-Pi uc lc.svg
Pi (
uppercase Π, lowercase π) is the fifth letter of the Greek Alphabet. It represents "p". In the Greek Numerals system, it has a value of 80.

Its Unicodes are:

U+03C0 π greek small letter pi (HTML: π π)

U+03A0 Π greek capital letter pi (HTML: Π Π)

Trivia

Other Greek letters used in mathematics include:

  • Σ/Sigma : Either used as a Modulo Two-Sum or a N-ary Summation
  • ε/Epislon : A Euler (Pronounced "Oiler") constant
  • φ/Phi : Commonly used to stand for the golden ratio

And many others.

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