Three on Thursday, the pi day edition.


March 14 is Pi Day — 3/14, get it? Below we have three fun facts about pi, the mathematical constant that is 3.14 and equals to any circle’s circumference divided by its diameter.

  1. What is Pi Day?
  2. Seven interesting facts about pi and Pi Day. I didn’t know that March 14 was Albert Einstein’s birthday and also the date of Stephen Hawking’s death, for example.
  3. Pi Day deals all over the US.

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7 Responses to Three on Thursday, the pi day edition.

  1. Carole Julius says:

    Hooray for PIE and pi, too!

  2. Kat says:

    Of course there are Pi Day Deals…

  3. gayle says:

    I think there should be a parade. With pie.

  4. Nicole says:

    Very fun! I have yet to plan ahead well enough to actually celebrate Pi day with pie, but I will get there one of these days!

  5. =Tamar says:

    Pi day is the end of Nerdigras, as described by Chris Wilson. In American date format, Christmas is 12.25 and March 5 is 3.5; 3.5 is the square root of 12.25. So March 5 is the square root of Christmas. The ten days from the square root of Christmas to Pi Day is Nerdigras.

  6. Kym says:

    I forgot all about it, so no pie for me! Thanks for the fun Pi-facts. 🙂

  7. Jane says:

    M-m-m! The Pie looks delicious and the links are interesting.

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