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.

- What is Pi Day?
- 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.*
- Pi Day deals all over the US.

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Hooray for PIE and pi, too!

Of course there are Pi Day Deals…

I think there should be a parade. With pie.

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!

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.

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

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