See also: ϖ, П [U+041F CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER PE], [U+220F N-ARY PRODUCT], [U+3107 BOPOMOFO LETTER M], , , and Appendix:Variations of "p"

Π U+03A0, Π
GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PI
Ο
[U+039F]
Greek and Coptic Ρ
[U+03A1]

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Π

  1.  
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    (mathematics) Product over a set of like terms:
     
  2. (mathematics, logic, computer science) A class (in some hierarchy of formulae, like the arithmetical hierarchy or polynomial hierarchy) of those formulae whose outermost quantifiers are universal quantifiers.

Usage notes edit

  • (mathematics): Though there exists a distinct code point () for the purpose of the mathematical product, the upper case pi here continues to be used for convenience.

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Etymology edit

From Phoenician𐤐(p, ).

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Π (P) (uppercase, lowercase π)

  1. The letter pi (πεῖ), the 16th letter of the ancient Greek alphabet.

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Π (P) (uppercase, lowercase π)

  1. The uppercase letter pi (πι), the 16th letter of the modern Greek alphabet.

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