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Mar 11, 2016 ... Happy Pi Day 2017! What is pi? Why does it have its own holiday? And what are some fun (and useful) facts to know about this famous number? Keep on reading to find out!


Mar 14, 2013 ... In honor of the mysterious ratio, here are 17 (that's 3 + 14) of our favorite pi- related facts.


FUN FACTS. Pi Day. ▫ March 14 is celebrated as Pi Day, as it falls on the 14th day of the third month, or 3.14 — the first three digits of pi. ▫ Pi Day is often recognized by companies, math and science clubs and educational institutions. Festivities include pi trivia and hosting “everything pi” parties that feature pizza and pie.


All types of fun things and activities happened throughout Margo's school day. There was a pie eating contest, kids were able to throw pies at teachers, she decorated circles in art class and kids got to compete to see how many digits in pi they could remember. Since the Pi Day celebration made Margo's birthday even more ...


Mar 14, 2013 ... Today, March 14th, is known as Pi Day among nerds in the United States, namely because 3.14 are the first three digits of the famed number, π. As you probably remember from math class, pi represents the ratio of a perfect circle's circumference to its diameter. Here are a few facts you might not know about ...


Mar 14, 2015 ... Want to impress the guests at your local Pi Day celebration this Saturday (3/14/15 , hopefully at 9:26)? Pick up some tidbits of mathematical trivia from Keith Devlin.


Mar 13, 2015 ... Pi Day Fun Fact: Pi Day is celebrated around the world on March 14 or 3.14 and officially kicks off at 1:59 pm. Now do the math: when combined the date and time results in 3.14159, the approximate numerical value of pi. (Source: RandomHistory.com). Albert Einstein: As a child Einstein was slow in ...


Apr 13, 2017 ... The most well-known fact about pi—normally rounded to 3.14159—is that it represents the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Pi is also an irrational number, so it is incapable of being written as a simple fraction. Therefore, pi is an infinitely long, non-repeating decimal, making it one of the ...


554. views. 0 comments. Happy Pi Day, everyone! Today is March 14, or 3/14, which corresponds to the first three digits of the number pi: 3.14 (and here are the first million digits of pi, if you are curious). But anyway, this seems like a great opportunity to celebrate some of the little-known facts about this spectacular number!