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Symbol for Pi, Source:pixabay.com

Pi is a name given to the ratio of the circumference of a circle to the diameter. The numerical representation is 3.14. It is acknowledged on March 14 each year (mostly in the US) from a mathematical perspective and also for pies. Have you ever celerated Pi(e) day?

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I love Pi. Pi reminds me of Stonehenge and also of my grade 5 maths teacher. I didn't know Pi had a day :( Sorry, Pi, I will celebrate you next year.
by Rice
I forgot about it this year until the day after, but I think it's cute, and a good excuse to eat pie.
Ideally pie with a pi symbol on it, such as Wil Wheaton's son's girlfriend made him a couple of years ago.
I never really knew of pi(e) day until I saw it trending on social media. Its a neat way to celebrate something that a lot of people loathe, mathematics.
I knew there was a day, but have not celebrated it.
I was not always good with Pi .
Just one of the many things that make our world work well.
Bravo! to it's founder.
Wow, interesting bit of information that I did not know even existed. So, no I've never celebrated Pi day on 14 March. I DO however, like a pie every now and then ... just not on 14 March.
I did not know there was a Pi Day, is it yet another non event day?
I wonder how many people were not aware of the "Pi Day"

I didn't know that Pi had its own day. Some people will celebrate anything for a public holiday. Only in America as they say.
Never head of it!

Then again, I'm no mathematician, or scientist, although hubby was, but he never spoke of it when working!

Maths was my least fave subject at School, from Grades 1-10, wasn't needed in my Academic Senior subjects, thank goodness , was total c@&$ at it, hated it, had nil interest in it at all, & was very pleased I failed Junior Maths. Even though I tried hard in the exams, it just made no sense to me whatsoever, & basically, still doesn't. I just don't have the type of brain needed for it!

English & Geography, on the other hand, which I adored, well, 7's each for them, had no problem learning. Although much involved in study of both subjects, the requirements I just 'soaked up like a sponge', & they were the eventual set of knowledge which led me to my lifelong, much loved, career of 45 years!
I have not but it will be a good excuse for pies
by Gia
I have not but it will be a good excuse for pies
by Gia
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