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Pi Day

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People around the world celebrate Pi Day on march 14. We use the greek letter π (called pi) to represent the number we get when we divide the circumference of a circle by it’s diamiter. Because it is a Mathematical constant, the value of pi never changes That value rounds to 3.14, and the digits after the decimal point continues infinitly without repeating in any pattern. The best calculations of pi can be trillions of digit long! Will your math class do special activity’s on Pi Day?


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People around the world celebrate Pi Day on March 14. We use the Greek letter π (called pi) to represent the number we get when we divide the circumference of a circle by its diameter. Because it is a mathematical constant, the value of pi never changes. That value rounds to 3.14, and the digits after the decimal point continue infinitely without repeating in any pattern. The best calculations of pi can be trillions of digits long! Will your math class do special activities on Pi Day?

 

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