# What mathematician developed the symbol for Pi?

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pythagoras. he had lots of different theorums, one named after him in fact(pythagorases theorum) he came up wth the symbol from ancient greek drawings.
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Leonhard Euler.

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# Who developed the symbol pi?

The symbol for pi was used by the early English mathematicians William Oughtred (1574 -1660), Isaac Barrow (1630-1677), and David Gregory (1661-1701) to designate the circumfe

# Which famous mathematician developed the symbol of pi?

\nEnglish mathematician William Jones developed the symbol for Pi in 1706. William Jones

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Leonhard Euler.

# What English mathematician in the 1700s created the symbol for pi?

Pi was invented by William Jones in 1706 who was a Welsh mathematician.

# How was the symbol pi developed?

The symbol Ï (pi) is the lowercase form of the 16th Greek letter Pi (prononced pee ).

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# Which Swiss Mathematician instituted the use of the symbol pi?

Leonhard Euler used the symbol pi in 1737.

# Which mathematicians first used the symbol pi and why?

Any mathematician will use the number pi (and its symbol) sooner or later - it is a number used extensively in many different areas of mathematics. .

# Why did the first mathematicians use the symbol of pi?

It was a cool looking greek letter.

# Which mathematicians first used the symbol for Pi and why?

William Jones in 1706

# Who was the mathematician first used the symbol pi?

The first mathematician to use the Greek letter Ï to represent the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter was William Jones, who used it in his work Synopsis Pa
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# What remarkable Swiss mathematician and teacher for instituting the use of the symbol for pi In mathematical notation?

It was the mathematician William Jones who first used pi as a mathematical symbol in 1706