Irrational Number (Pi Part One)Memorize pi by singing along with this song by Paul Nordquist 
AUDIBLE PI Download the MP3 of "Irrational Number (Pi Part One)" VISIBLE PI MUSICAL PI Download the sheet music of "Irrational Number (Pi Part One)" LYRICAL PI
If you feel like you got to do something irrational
verse one 3 point 14159 265 35
69 3993 7510
chorus one
862 803 4825
verse two
093 84 460 95
84 1027 0193
chorus two
442 881 0975
coda
27120 19091
34603 48610
13393 60726
72458 70066
48815 20920
91715 36436

PI FACTOIDS IRRATIONAL numbers are ones that can't be calculated as a ratio of two integers. Irrational actions are ones that aren't logically connected to a person's goals. By singing this song, you can experience both kinds of irrational! MUSICAL NUMBERS probably emerged as a synonym for "songs" in the musical theater tradition, where each song, reprise, and incidental music is assigned its own number, to minimize confusion in the orchestra pit. PI IS A BRIDGE BETWEEN OPPOSITES. Pi achieves what no rational number can do — it mathematically connects circles with squares. PI IS A SYMBOL OF HOPE — of the hope that other irreconcilable realms can be bridged. Is there a way to build a connection between heaven and earth... or between men and women? The key, as pi teaches us, is to give up being rational. PI IS GOD'S PRIVATE PHONE NUMBER. It takes an eternity to dial, but he picks up right away. MEMORIZING PI is not actually necessary. We memorize hundreds or thousands of digits as a demonstration of our mastery over the numerical world. Six digits of pi is enough precision for any realworld calculation. With 50 digits of pi, you could calculate how many protons fit in the entire visible universe. GREEKS invented the pi symbol thousands of years ago as part of their alphabet — and still use it today! PI LINKS 