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'''Pi Day '''is a non-religious holiday celebrating the number [[pi]]. It is celebrated on March 14 (3/14 in month/day format).
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'''Pi Day '''is a non-religious holiday celebrating the number [[pi]]. It is celebrated on March 14 (3/14 in month/day format), which looks like the first 3 numbers of Pi, 3.14.
 
==Creation==
 
==Creation==
 
It was created in 1988 by [[Larry Shaw]]. It is mainly held at [[San Francisco Exploratorium]], where Shaw worked as a physicist.
 
It was created in 1988 by [[Larry Shaw]]. It is mainly held at [[San Francisco Exploratorium]], where Shaw worked as a physicist.
   
 
==Celebration==
 
==Celebration==
[[File:Pi_pie.jpg|thumb|Pie Pies are usually eaten to celebrate Pi Day.]]There are many ways to celebrate pi day. Some people eat a [[Pi Pie]] and discuss the relevance of pi.
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[[File:Pi_pie.jpg|thumb|260px|A Pi Pie with the first 28 digits of Pi.]]There are many ways to celebrate Pi day. Some people eat [[Pi Pie]] and discuss the relevance of Pi. Schools celebrate by putting up decorations or giving students Pi-Related Math Problems. Some Schools also put [[Math Night]] on this day as a token to Pi.
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==See Also==
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*[[Pi Approximation Day]]
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==External Links==
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http://www.holidayinsights.com/moreholidays/March/piday.htm
 
[[Category:Holidays]]
 
[[Category:Holidays]]
 
[[Category:Pi Day]]
 
[[Category:Pi Day]]
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[[Category:Math Night]]
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[[Category:Ombuay]]
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[[Category:Pie Face because of Pi Day.]]

Latest revision as of 01:38, March 26, 2020

Pi Day is a non-religious holiday celebrating the number pi. It is celebrated on March 14 (3/14 in month/day format), which looks like the first 3 numbers of Pi, 3.14.

CreationEdit

It was created in 1988 by Larry Shaw. It is mainly held at San Francisco Exploratorium, where Shaw worked as a physicist.

CelebrationEdit

Pi pie

A Pi Pie with the first 28 digits of Pi.

There are many ways to celebrate Pi day. Some people eat Pi Pie and discuss the relevance of Pi. Schools celebrate by putting up decorations or giving students Pi-Related Math Problems. Some Schools also put Math Night on this day as a token to Pi.

See AlsoEdit

External LinksEdit

http://www.holidayinsights.com/moreholidays/March/piday.htm

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