# History of discovery and application in mathematics of mysterious pi numbers

Number pi is a mathematical constant defined by the ratio of the circumference of a circle to the diameter of the circle. The value of pi is approximately equal to 3,14159265358979.

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From about 4000 years ago, pi appeared in the works of the ancient mathematicians of Greece, China, Babylon and India. It is believed that pi was also used to build the Egyptian pyramid.

Until today, through generations, many extraordinary minds have sought to calculate the exact value of pi but they can only calculate an approximate number. And the truth is, no matter how we calculate it, we can only get close to it and never 'touch' it.

Currently, quantum computers can calculate pi to two million billion digits.

The video below will help us better understand the mysterious and mysterious pi figures.

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