'Tis a favorite project of mine

A new value of pi to assign.

I would fix it at 3

For it's simpler, you see,

Than 3 point 1 4 1 5 9.

(By: Harvey L. Carter)
I used to think math was no fun,

'Cause I couldn't see how it was done.

Now Euler's my hero,

For I now see why 0

Equals e to the i pi plus 1.

There once was a number pi

Very special like e and phi

Circumference to d

Is the ratio for me

And it's not a multiple of i

(By: Liz Landau)

There once was a number named e

Who took way too much LSD.

She thought she was great.

But that fact we must debate;

We know she wasn't greater than 3.

(By: Eve Andersson)

e raised to the pi times i,

And plus 1 leaves you nought but a sigh.

This fact amazed Euler

That genius toiler,

And still gives us pause, bye the bye.

One over point one-oh-two-three,

When raised to the second degree,

Divided by seven

Then minus eleven

Is approximately equal to e.

(By: A.F. Cooper)

A graduate student from Trinity

Computed the cube of infinity;

But it gave him the fidgets

To write down all those digits,

So he dropped math and took up divinity.

If (1 + x) (real close to 1)

Is raised to the power of 1

Over x, you will find

Here's the value defined:

2.718281...

There was an old man who said, "Do

Tell me how I should add two and two.

I think more and more

That it makes about four --

But I fear that is almost too few."

The Professor said, "Now I'll tell you

A fact known to only a few

Men and women alive.

Two plus two equals five!

For large enough values of two."

(By: Donald E. Simanek)

The square root of minus 2 pi

On th'square root of inverse sine phi;

All that need be done

Is let phi equal one:

It's twice exp of i pi on i.

(By: Andrew Adams)

'Cause phi-squared less phi, minus 1,

Is exactly equal to none,

The golden mean phi,

Which so pleases the eye,

Is half of root 5 add on one.

(By: M.M. Bishop)