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Pi Day

3.14159265358979323846....

That magical mathematical number representing the relationship between a circle’s diameter (its width) and its circumference (the distance around the circle). Three fourteen. Today is the day to celebrate this mathematical relationship.

I didn't know it was Pi day until I read this post on Serious Eats. It would have been the perfect day to make a pie but I didn't

So if you are interested in knowing more about this holiday check out: Pi day

I will leave you with this:


Comments (2)

I can't believe I started reading this post thinking it was about a PI (private investigator!) and I loved math in school. It all came back to me when watching that very cool video.

Anne:

Teeheehee - that video is so silly, I love it.

Out of the blue, my daughter and I baked an apple pie today (which is a bizarre and rare occurrence in my household). We must have been influenced by the great pi in the sky!

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