A what? A pi-ku?

To quote Maths Week Scotland:

A pi-ku is a poem that follows the form of a haiku, but instead of the 5-7-5 haiku pattern, the syllables in a pi-ku follow the number of digits in the mathematical constant pi (π).

So, instead of 5-7-5, a pi-ku would follow the pattern 3-1-4 (-1-5-9-2…etc.)

Of course, I couldn't avoid having a go myself, could I?

# Approximation of Pi

Pi is three

Well...

Three and a bit.

…ish.

The 'bit' is quite small.

# Full-time Score of the Final of the World Circle Geometry Ratio Tournament 2023

Radius:

2

Diameter:

1

# Subjectively Reviewing areas of Mathematics

Algebra?

Fine.

Geometry?

Fun.

Trigonometry?

Partial Differential Equations?

Both Good.

Fractal Geometry?

Looks simple at first.

Gets... tricky

When you look closer.

# Marginal

Fermat's Last?

Gasp!

I Found a Proof!

Which,

Unfortunately...

This poem is too short to contain.