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Happy Pi day from your resident math Nerd!
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Happy Pi Day!
It’s a sad day in Ontario Education. Today is March 14 which is, as everyone knows (or ought to know) is Pi (π) Day. It’s an amazing number and there are so many mathematical things that you can do with π. And they’re all just fun. So much, I’ve actually created a Flipboard collection of […]
Can pi be fun? Of course it can! Remember pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It is an irrational number which means it cannot be written as a fraction but it can be written as a non-repeating decimal. But for ease of calculation we’ve all used it in […]
Pi Day (3/14) is fast approaching. Here’s a simple Geogebra activity you can do with your math students to help them get a sense of what pi is. In Geogebra, construct a segment, then construct the midpoint. Construct a circle using the midpoint as center, and an endpoint of the segment as a point on […]
A Google developer in Japan calculated pi to 31,415,926,535,897 digits using 25 Google Cloud virtual machines.
It’s 3/14 and math lovers everywhere are celebrating Pi Day by grabbing deals on pizza and other pies! Pi Day Free Pie & Deals (I got this online, so I know they must be right!) Marie Callender’s The deal: In honor of Pi Day, you can grab a free slice of pie with a coupon […]
Contributors: Hali Coombs, Nyasia Butler, Haley Kelley On the heels of our recent article on National Potato Chip Day, March 14th also shares the more commonly known holiday, Pi Day. (March 14th= 3.14…) The math geeks in all of us sort of geek out for this seemingly trivial coincidence in numbers (3.14=π (the mathematical constant […]
It’s March 14th…that would be 3.14! This is the 30th anniversary of Pi day! THIRTY years! 1988 was the earliest known official celebration of Pi Day. It was organized by Larry Shaw, who worked as a physicist. He would march around a circular space, with staff and public and then eat fruit pies! He worked […]
Happy PI Day !!! Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Pi has been calculated to over one trillion […]
Today is National Pi Day (March 14th or 3/14). I had written a blog post on National Pi Day in 2009 which you can read here (the blog post was imported from my old blog and there seems to be some loss of content or distortion of metadata). I joined Twitter on 13th March 2009, […]