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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.

Revision as of 16:11, January 20, 2012

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

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

Celebration

Pi pie

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.

See Also

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