# SQRTPI

Formulas / SQRTPI
Calculate the square root of a number using pi.
`SQRTPI(number)`
• number - required argument that is the number by which pi is multiplied

## Examples

• `=SQRTPI(1)`

The function SQRTPI can be used to calculate the square root of pi when provided with the argument of 1. For example, this will return 1.772454.

• `=SQRTPI(2)`

The function SQRTPI can also be used to calculate the square root of 2 multiplied by pi when provided with the argument of 2. For example, this will return 2.506628.

## Summary

The SQRTPI function calculates the square root of a number multiplied by pi, providing a quick way to estimate the area of a circle relative to its radius.

• The SQRTPI function takes one required argument, a number, and returns the square root of that number multiplied by pi.

## Frequently Asked Questions

What is the SQRTPI function?
The SQRTPI function is a mathematical function that returns the square root of a number multiplied by pi.
What kind of argument does SQRTPI take?
SQRTPI takes a number argument.
Is the number argument required?
Yes, the number argument is required.
What does the number argument do?
The number argument is the number by which pi is multiplied.