Pi Approximation Day 2017

Almost half of the world uses DD/MM formatted dates, but the U.S. uses the MM/DD date format. July 22nd is celebrated as Pi Approximation Day because in DD/MM format it's 22/7 and the arithmetic expression 22/7 evaluates to a number that approximates Pi.

Exercises
  1. 22 / 7 = _______________ [round to nearest millionth]

  2. 3.142857 rounded to the nearest hundredth is _____.

  3. The difference between Pi and 3.1428571 is ____________. [use 3.1415927 for Pi]

  4. 3.1428571 is _______% greater than 3.1415927. [round to nearest 100,000th]

  5. 3.1415927 is _______% less than 3.1428571 [round to nearest 100,000th]


Creator: Gerald Thurman [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 22 July 2017

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