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PI day 3.14

PI day 3.14

Pi Day 3-14

One of the big days in the world of math is – PI day 3-14. Every year on March 14,

English: Pi Pie, created at Delft University o...

English: Pi Pie, created at Delft University of Technology, applied physics, seismics and acoustics Deutsch: Pi Pie (π-Kuchen), hergestellt an der Technischen Universität Delft (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

there are people passionate about math that will celebrate using a favorite baked confection to help in the celebration. It is always fun to watch who comes up with the most inventive or creative ways to celebrate.

For those of you who don’t know what Pi day is, it is the day in the calendar that starts with 3.14 which are the first 3 numbers in the PI number. PI is a number represented by the symbol π and is a mathematical constant that is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and is approximately equal to 3.14159. Next year, the celebration should be HUGE as the date would be 3-14-15!!

Here is a list of ways that you might be able to help your child celebrate and remember the significance of PI day – http://www.wikihow.com/Celebrate-Pi-Day.

Share with us how you will celebrate Pi Day this year!

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