Happy Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day to all readers of Mathtuition88.com!

Check out our previous posts on Pi:

Did you know, Pi day is also Einstein’s Birthday?

How to get Pi on Calculator – Without pressing the Pi Button

The Mystery of e^Pi-Pi (Very Mysterious Number)

Euler’s proof of Pi^2/6 (Basel Problem)

Category Theory: How to Make Pi

Pi hiding in prime regularities

Also, check out our cooking blog for the following Pie recipes!

Beef Pie

Strawberry Cheesecake Pie

Lemon Pie

Easy Banana Pie

Fudgy Fudge Pie

Happy Pi Day!

Tomorrow (March 14) is an important day for math lovers! It is the famous Pi Day! Pi is approximately 3.14 which corresponds to the date March 14.

Check out our post last year on Pi Day:

Here are some other previous posts on Pi:

If you are looking for a Pi Day T Shirt, Pi Day Once in a Century March 14, 2015 T-Shirt Large Black is definitely what you are looking for. By the way, this year’s Pi Day is a league above the other Pi Days, as you can see from the image below. (click the image for a larger picture) This year’s Pi Day date culminates in the lengthy decimal expansion of Pi: 3.141592653! The year 2015 (i.e this year) is needed for the “15” in the decimal.

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Happy Pi Day!

Did you know, Pi day is also Einstein’s Birthday?

Pi Day is an annual celebration commemorating the mathematical constant π (pi). Pi Day is observed on March 14 (or 3/14 in the U.S. month/day date format), since 3, 1, and 4 are the three most significant digits of π in the decimal form. In 2009, the United States House of Representatives supported the designation of Pi Day. (Wikipedia)

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National Pi Day is actually a U.S. holiday. The House of Representatives passed House Resolution 224 in 2009, designating March 14 as National Pi Day. The resolution “encourages schools and educators to observe the day with appropriate activities that teach students about Pi and engage them about the study of mathematics.” (Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2014/03/13/pi-day-friday-31415/6369483/)

Do you wish Pi day was a national holiday in your country? I sure do! Leave your comments below!