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A Google developer in Japan calculated pi to 31,415,926,535,897 digits using 25 Google Cloud virtual machines.
Off the top of my head, I cannot think of any other mathematical terms that have their own special holiday or public commemoration than π (pi). The number π is special because it has two commemorative days. The number π is usually the first irrational number we learn in school. It may even be the first […]
Today is 3/14. Happy Pi day! Pi (π) is the circumference of a circle divided by its diameter. This ratio is always the same, for every circle of every size. And it has an infinite number of decimal places. π is used for calculations involving diameter, volumes of cylinders, the double helix of DNA, waves, ripples, […]
To our dear readers: happy Pi Day. Whether you’re eating pie, slicing pie, memorizing Pi, or somehow using Pi in your job, we all deserve to enjoy this day. I scoured stock photo sites to make sure your Pi Day is delicious as it can be. I discovered 10 Pis in pie, and while I […]
What’s the best way to celebrate Pi Day? That’s the geeky holiday that takes place on 3/14 … in other words, today. For some, it’s a day for baking geeky pies, or getting a $3.14 deal on slices of pizza. For Google, it’s a day for breaking a world record, by calculating the irrational number’s […]
Just like last year, Pi Day activities are going to spill over to the next few days, I’m sure. Simon’s not yet done working on a Pi piano composition and there’s a Pi day MathsJam coming up! What you see above are some impressions of today, March 14, including Simon trying to approximate Pi the […]
Today is March 14th, which is also 3/14. It is the day to celebrate the 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 […]