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  • AlreadyInUse (1587 posts)
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    Happy Pi Day

    What is Pi Day?

    It’s celebrated on March 14, in honor of the number itself, which rounds up to about 3.14159.

    I’m bad at math. What is Pi?

    Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It’s rounded up because the actual ratio has been calculated to over one trillion digits beyond the decimal point (which sounds like fun to read while swiping on a phone). The symbol for Pi (π) was first used in 1737 by Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler.


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  • HIP56948 (3320 posts)
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    1. Several pizza chains are offering deals on their food.

    $3.14 for a large slice or $3.14 off of your order.  

  • HassleCat (2058 posts)
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    2. A big cup of coffee and some apple pi!

  • Jan Boehmermann (4468 posts)
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    3. Celebrating Pi day is irrational.

    So happy 22/7ths Day! 

    • The Crone (3157 posts)
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      6. Heh. Heh. n/t

      "Let us not seek the Republican answer nor the Democratic answer but the right answer." John F. Kennedy   America is the only country that has real   lemons in its furniture polish, and artificial lemon flavoring  in its lemonade!
  • Jan Boehmermann (4468 posts)
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    4. What is Pi?

  • Green Dog Dem (3276 posts)
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    5. Is the entire month Pi Month in Tennessee?

    Which once declared pi to be equal to 3 by legislation!

    Aloha! KamaAina in the hale (house).
  • kliljedahl (1407 posts)
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    7. Pi Day is a fake holiday created by the math industry to sell more math