pi day

Sorry, it has nothing to do with margaritas.
When I imagined having children, I imagined a lot of things: the kind of mom I’d be, the things I’d do with my kids and the
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Yes, Pi Day is also Albert Einstein’s birthday.
Calculating pi by yourself Archimedes' method of calculating pi involved polygons with more and more sides. Leszek Krupinski
By Laura Woods, Contributor  National Pi Day falls on March 14 and math whizzes across the globe will join together to honor
How did π get into it?! The two-dimensional function f(x)f(y) stays the same if you rotate the coordinate axes. Round things
Pi is an international number. This number can be a symbol of peace between nations. The following image is a public domain artwork that I have created in honor of Pi day.
Happy International Pi Day to all the math-lovers out there celebrating! And Happy Pie Day to the rest of us who are just using it as an excuse to eat all kinds of pie.
It's pi day. You know, 3.14 or π, an enigma in mathematical circles. A mathematical constant that has no end, seemingly thumbing its nose to definition.
The Circle is one of the most divine structures of all. Even in its definition, as all the points in the plane equidistant
Whether you favor fruit, chocolate or nuts, alcohol infused or lead-free, baked or no-bake, I've got the pie for your pi day celebration. Which one will you choose?
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It was just 9:26:53 p.m. on March 14, 2015, and I have officially celebrated the second transcendent moment of Pi Day, the first being that same time that morning.
March 14th is a special date that math enthusiasts and educators mark on their calendars every year. It's Pi Day, and many celebrate the occasion by highlighting the critical importance of computer science education.
Chicago: Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry will give a free slice of pie or pizza to the first 314 visitors. Those
It turns out this property is not completely unique to Pi -- a large class of numbers can find their digits similarly embedded into a particular day. But Pi is a special irrational number that has driven historically important results.