pi symbol

pi symbol

[′pī ‚sim·bəl]
(graphic arts)
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The pi symbol is commonly used to calculate the area of a circle: the area of the circle equals pi times the radius of the circle squared.
Amongst the facts are: Everest was named after George Everest from Powys; The pi symbol was created by William Jones from Anglesey; The men and women's goalkeepers for Wales are former pupils of Ysgol David Hughes; Tom Parry Jones from Carreglefn was responsible for the first electronic breathalyser.
Florida-based Proton 3D Studio offers a little kitsch with a Pop Art-like plastic Pi symbol ($21) and the word "geek'' crafted in orange plastic script lettering ($24).
The area is a stronghold of former Minister Sleiman Franjieh, whose Marada Party's green pi symbol can be seen on flags draping from windows and in dripping spray-paint on walls.
22 Squadron, "Badge: A black pi symbol in front of a white Maltese cross on a red circle.
They are the diarist William Bulkely and the mathematician William Jones, a fellow of the Royal Society and the first to use the pi symbol to represent the universal constant.