Articles about 'Pi Day'
March 14th, 2012
Happy Pi Day! Pi is the mathematical constant π which represents the ratio of any circle to its diameter. This number is approximately 3.14. Today is 3/14 and that’s why it’s held today. You can celebrate pi day by eating some pie! Bon appetit! Mama Lisa
April 17th, 2010
Can multiple recitations of the many digits of a mathematical constant be fun and entertaining? Yes! Librivox volunteers recorded Pi to the 50th digit for Pi Day one year. Here’s the number: 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510 Some of these recordings are very creative. The musical ones show how music can be made out of anything! You can hear Pi...
March 14th, 2010
Happy Pi Day! Some people have the ability to remember pi to the nth digit. Thanks to Stephanie Batzer for reminding me of this great day! Now, go eat some pie! Mama Lisa
March 17th, 2007
Check out Jeremy, from my previous pi post, lip-sync-singing pi to the xth digit! (Did you get what I was trying to say there? It’ll all become clear when you watch the clip…) I thought that was too funny to pass up! –Lisa Get the Pi Song Check out the site Super Simple Songs to...
March 16th, 2007
I’m not ashamed to admit it, here’s what I can remember: 3.14… to infinity! Well the other day, when I wrote about Pi Day, Devon over at Head, Shoulders, Knees and all that, commented about a video we could watch of one of his colleagues reciting all the numbers listed below in pi. (He made...
March 12th, 2007
Pi (π) Day is celebrated on March 14th in the US. It’s mainly celebrated by students, teachers and professors, lovers of math, and mathematicians. In case you forgot… What is Pi Again? Pi (π) is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. To break it down into a simple formula: π...