pi
The "pi" command line tool is a utility used to calculate the value of Pi. It is often used in programming and mathematical tasks.
One commonly used method to calculate Pi is the Monte Carlo method, and the "pi" utility employs this technique. It generates a random set of points within a square and determines how many of those points fall within a circle inscribed within the square. By comparing the number of points in the circle to the total number of generated points, it can estimate the value of Pi.
The "pi" utility allows users to specify the number of iterations to perform for a more accurate estimation. It provides the estimated value of Pi as the output, which is displayed in the terminal or command line interface.
The accuracy of the estimation depends on the number of iterations performed. As the number of iterations increases, the approximation of Pi becomes more precise. However, generating a larger number of iterations may take longer to compute.
The "pi" utility is often used for educational purposes, to demonstrate the concept of approximation in mathematics. It is also a helpful tool for programmers who require an estimation of Pi for certain calculations or simulations.
List of commands for pi:

pi:tldr:4e62d pi: Display recommended readings.$ pi bibliographytry on your machineexplain this command

pi:tldr:72ab8 pi: Display 100 decimal digits of Archimedes' constant Pi.$ pitry on your machineexplain this command

pi:tldr:8eadb pi: Display a specified number of decimal digits of Archimedes' constant Pi.$ pi ${number}try on your machineexplain this command