Subj: PUZZLE - Remembering Pi
From: Discovery Magazine
Top 100 Science Stories of 2006
The sentence "May I draw a round perimeter?" is a
mnemonic for remembering the first six digits of pi:
Count the number of letters in each word and you get
3.14159. Each of the following phrases is also a
mnemonic for pi. Can you figure out how each
mnemonic stands for 3.14159? Hint: Consider the
spelling, sound, and shapes of the words.
1. We won your fun drive sign.
2. Circles and diameters are equally important.
3. The easy vowels echo mathematical magnitude.
4. Bring in your initial six equations.
Small picture from
Unihedron
Source: http://unihedron.com/projects/pi/index.php