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Pi Day » 1 Million Digits of Pi

Pi Day » 1 Million Digits of Pi | Pi Day | Scoop.it
piday.org is the official website for March 14th (3.14). Learn about pi, shop for pi t-shirts, share ideas about how to celebrate pi & pi day, enjoy pi-related multimedia, get one million digits of pi, and send pi day eCards.
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Pi Day: 3.14 ways you can celebrate - Washington Post (blog)

Pi Day: 3.14 ways you can celebrate - Washington Post (blog) | Pi Day | Scoop.it
Pi Day: 3.14 ways you can celebrateWashington Post (blog)By Maura Judkis It's a holiday for math teachers: March 14 = 3.14 = Pi Day, named after the mathematical constant that is the ratio of a Euclidean circle's circumference to its diameter.
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Pi Day celebrated at Brielle Elementary School - Asbury Park Press

Pi Day celebrated at Brielle Elementary School - Asbury Park Press | Pi Day | Scoop.it
Pi Day celebrated at Brielle Elementary SchoolAsbury Park PressTANYA BREEN/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER BRIELLE — March 14 – or 3.14 – is International Pi Day, and to celebrate the magical mathematical figure, the students at Brielle Elementary School...
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Pi Day: Celebrate 3.1415926535... - Patch.com

Pi Day: Celebrate 3.1415926535... - Patch.com | Pi Day | Scoop.it
San Francisco Chronicle (blog)Pi Day: Celebrate 3.1415926535...Patch.comMarch 14, or 3-14, is Pi Day—a day to celebrate the mathematical constant 3.14. What Pi Day activities do you have planned? Today is a special day for math enthusiasts.
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Pi Day: How 3.14 helps find other planets, and more - WPTZ The Champlain Valley

Pi Day: How 3.14 helps find other planets, and more - WPTZ The Champlain Valley | Pi Day | Scoop.it
Pi Day: How 3.14 helps find other planets, and moreWPTZ The Champlain ValleyNo matter how big or small the circle is, if you calculate the distance around it, divided by the distance across it, you will get pi, which is approximately 3.14.
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