# How to use the PI function in Excel

the PI function in Microsoft Excel is a mathematical and trigonometric function, and returns the value of PI. The formula for the PI formula is `=PI ()`. The PI function syntax has no arguments.

## How to use the PI function in Excel

Follow the steps below to use the PI function in Microsoft Excel:

1. Start Microsoft Excel
2. Create a table or use an existing table from your files
3. Put the formula in the cell whose result you want to see
4. Press enter key

Start Microsoft Excel.

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Create a table or use an existing table from your files.

Place the formula =IP() in the cell where you want to see the result.

Press the Enter key to see the result.

Excel will return the IP 3.141593.

write in cell =PI()/2 and press enter. Excel will return the PI divided by twowhich gives the result of 1.570796.

write in cell =PI()*(A2^2) and press enter. Excel will return the result. 50.26548. the A2 the cell contains the area of ​​the circle with a radius.

There are two other methods to use the PI function.

first method is to click the effect at the top left of the Excel spreadsheet.

A insert function the dialog box will appear.

In the section dialog, Choose a categorySelect Mathematics and trigonometry from the list box.

in category Select a rolechoose the IP list function.

then click RIGHT.

A Function arguments the dialog will open.

then click RIGHT.

second method is to click the Formulas tab, then click the tab Mathematics and trigonometry button on the Function Library cluster.

Then select IP in the dropdown menu.

A Function arguments the dialog will open.

### What does PI mean in math?

In mathematics, Pi is defined as the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. The value of PI is 3.14, and regardless of the size of the circle, this ratio will always equal PI. PI is written as the Greek letter for po π.

### How to multiply by PI in Excel?

Excel is a program that can be used to do mathematical calculations. Normally, when users multiply PI in Excel, it is when they want to calculate the area of ​​the circle from the diameter or radius; for example, calculate an area of ​​the circle from the diameter, =PI()*3 or calculate an area of ​​the circle from the radius =PI()/4*3^2.

We hope this tutorial will help you understand how to use the PI function in Microsoft Excel; If you have any questions about the tutorial, let us know in the comments.

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