Happy Pi Day!

QuizÂ by Sarah

Feel free to use or edit a copy

includes Teacher and Student dashboards

### Measure skillsfrom any curriculum

Measure skills

from any curriculum

Tag the questions with any skills you have. Your dashboard will track each student's mastery of each skill.

With a free account, teachers can

- edit the questions
- save a copy for later
- start a class game
- view complete results in the Gradebook and Mastery Dashboards
- automatically assign follow-up activities based on studentsâ€™ scores
- assign as homework
- share a link with colleagues
- print as a bubble sheet

### Our **brand new** solo games combine with your quiz, on the same screen

Correct quiz answers unlock more play!

11 questions

Show answers

- Q1How many digits after the decimal did a super computer calculate in 2010?3.1 million5 trillion2 billion30s
- Q2Who, in 1706, first gave the Greek letter "pi" its current definition?Albert EinsteinArchimedesWilliam JonesNapoleon30s
- Q3"Pi" is what type of number?IrrationalIntegerWholeRational30s
- Q4What is the earliest known reference to pi?1650 A.D.1902300 A.D.200 B.C.30s
- Q5What is the current world record for memorization of the decimal places of pi?56,789 places by Alfred Neuman4096 by Simon Plouffe31,811 by Rajan Mahadevan42,000 places by Hiroyuki Goto30s
- Q6What is the formal definition of pi?A delicious DessertThe ratio of the circle's circumference to its diameterThe radius of a circleThe surface area of a sphere30s
- Q7What famous scientist was born on Pi Day?Albert EinsteinCharles DarwinMarie CurieIsaac Newton30s
- Q8Which university sends out college acceptance letters on Pi Day?MITUniversity of ChicagoGeorgia TechYale30s
- Q9What is the 40,000th decimal place of pi? Take a guess!615930s
- Q10Approximately how much do Americans spend on pies each year?$900,000$1 billion$700 Million$2.4 Million30s
- Q11What is America's favorite type of pie?ApplePecanCherryBlueberry30s