I'm doing this paper on pi and the question popped up in my mind: why is pi interesting to us?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

ok, it might be interesting to find new, faster ways to calculate it and stuff like that, but does it have any use, function?

what progress are we making?

I know it's ralated to the strings in the superstring theorie for example, but since that's a bit over my leage, and I do not know the exact use of pi in that either, I would like to hear what you guy's think:

Why is pi interesting to us?

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# Why is pi interesting to us?

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