Celebrate Pi Day, with ... Oh, Come On

Celebrate Pi Day, with ... Oh, Come On

Do we really have to tell you how to celebrate Pi Day?  Why is today Pi Day?  Well, it's 3/14, right?

You could start by learning more about the near-mystical number--3.14 in its most severely abbreviated form, hence the March 14 (3/14) honors--at the official Pi Day site. There you can find out about the history of pi, how to use the number in a classroom to good effect, and how other people are celebrating the occasion.

Baker's Square here we come, for our pi(e) to celebrate the day!

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Nice, we celebarted pi day at school today. We actually had a field trip to the park because of our schools great academic achievement, but when we got back we wrote out like 100 digits of Pi with chalk on the ground. :)

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sounds horrible 

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Sounds g33ky :p

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3.141592654 that's as much as I can remember. Hardly seems worthy of its own official day, but I suppose there are far more absurd things that we celebrate. Don't expect me to waste my time writing it out on the ground though.

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