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Aug 20, 2016 ... Pi is a never ending number and Pi Day an excuse for a tasty treat! Explore both the mystery and beauty of this irrational number in our amazing pi facts.


Mar 14, 2013 ... Pi Day. That's right, March 14 is international Pi Day. Get it -- pi is 3.14, and March 14 is 3/14? Most everyone knows pi -- the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. But how much do you really know about this magical number? Below are 28 fun facts about pi split up into tidy categories. Enjoy!


Mar 14, 2017 ... Despite pi's near-mythic status, there are still some little-known facts about this mathematical constant.


Pi is a never-ending number and that sense of infinity has attracted both advanced mathematicians as well as beginning math students for hundreds of years. This article breaks down some of the facts and mysteries about pi into four sections: Fun Facts About Pi, Advanced Facts About Pi, Pi in Pop Culture, and Sites and ...


Facts about Pi:Even computers can't find the value of Pi.Most people say that there are no corners for circle, but actual fact is circle has infinite number of corners.


The Unique Facts of Pi. Pi has about 6.4 billion known digits which would take a person roughly 133 years to recite without stopping. The world record holder for the most memorized digits of Pi took nine hours to recite over 44,000 digits of Pi. Some scientists use the fractions , and to approximate Pi. These fractions have an ...


Mar 13, 2014 ... In celebration of National Pi Day, we tip our hat to 3.14.


Mar 13, 2016 ... Today's date is written 14.3 in the UK and 3.14 in the US, which is why it is celebrated in the US and by mathematicians worldwide as Pi Day, as it is the day closest to the mathematical constant pi (=3.1415926...)


Pi refers to the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. The approximate value is 3.14159, often shortened to 3.14. The decimal in Pi never ends, and the numbers never repeat themselves in a permanent pattern. Because of the fact that the number repeats it is not possible to find a circle's true circumference or area.