# What is DPhiE known for?

## What is DPhiE known for?

Its well-known and widely supported philanthropic events, including a dodgeball tournament every fall, benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the National Foundation of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, and the sorority’s national scholarship fund.

## Who is Delta Phi Epsilon brother fraternity?

Our brother fraternity is Alpha Chi Rho, also known as the Crows.

**What does Esse Quam Videri mean to you DPhiE?**

Motto. Esse Quam Videri – To be, rather than to seem to be.

### What are the values of Delta Phi Epsilon?

Scholarship, Self, Service, Social, and Sisterhood Delta Phi Epsilon utilizes the PEARL (Personal Enrichment Activities for Responsible Living) program and ensures that our sisters strive to engage in activities relating to the 5 S’s – Sisterhood, Scholarship, Service, Social, and Self.

### What makes a Delta Phi Epsilon a Dphie?

Delta Phi Epsilon women are leaders, scholars and innovators. We invite you to explore our website and see what being a DPhiE truly means. We are an international sorority focused on empowering women to be their best selves. We do so by providing opportunities in the areas of service, social, scholarship, sisterhood and self.

**Where did the notation for the phi function come from?**

The now-standard notation φ(A) comes from Gauss ‘s 1801 treatise Disquisitiones Arithmeticae, although Gauss didn’t use parentheses around the argument and wrote φA. Thus, it is often called Euler’s phi function or simply the phi function .

#### How are the letters Theta and Phi spelled in Greek?

The letters theta ⟨θ⟩, phi ⟨φ⟩, and chi ⟨χ⟩ are normally taught to English speakers with their modern Greek pronunciations of [θ], [f], and [x] ~ [ç] respectively, because these sounds are easier for English speakers to distinguish from the sounds made by the letters tau ([t]), pi ([p]), and kappa ([k]) respectively.

#### Is the phi function the same as Euler’s totient?

Thus, it is often called Euler’s phi function or simply the phi function. In 1879, J. J. Sylvester coined the term totient for this function, so it is also referred to as Euler’s totient function, the Euler totient, or Euler’s totient. Jordan’s totient is a generalization of Euler’s.

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