Picture: Iñigo Sierra (CC BY-SA 4.0) | Kultura Zientifikoko Katedra (UPV/EHU) eta Basque Center for Applied Mathematics – BCAM
Know as Pi, the number 3,14 is probably the most famous one in history. Represented by a greek letter, this number is one of the most important constants in mathematics and is used to measure the size of a circumference. BCAM PhD student Javier Canto explained the special caracteristics of this number at the radio show Faktoria.
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