Pi to 2 decimal places
Before we get to the value of Pi to 2 decimal places, note that Pi (π) starts with "3." followed by an endless number of digits or decimals. In other words, Pi is an infinite decimal and an irrational number. Furthermore, we define 2 decimal places as 2 digits after the decimal point.
Therefore, we take "Pi to 2 decimal places" to mean that you want to see "3." followed by 2 digits of Pi.
The first 2 decimal places of Pi contains 0 0s, 1 1s, 0 2s, 0 3s, 1 4s, 0 5s, 0 6s, 0 7s, 0 8s, and 0 9s. Below is "3 dot" followed by the first 2 decimals of Pi.
3 . 1 4
What is the 2nd digit of Pi? The last digit of the number above is the 2nd decimal of Pi. As you can see, the 2nd decimal of Pi is 4. However, Pi starts with 3 which is also a digit. Thus, if you start at 3, then the second digit of Pi is 1.
First 2 digits of Pi: The Pi number above gives you "3." followed by 2 digits after the decimal point. If you want to just memorize, learn or see the first 2 digits of Pi including the 3, then you can omit the last digit.
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