For many, the number Pi - also known as *Archimedes’ constant* or *Ludolph’s number* - is just something we plugged into math problems on the SAT. But to mathematicians, Pi is revered - worshipped even - for its mind-boggling importance to our understanding of the Universe. And because its decimal points extend to infinity, it’s called both irrational and t…

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