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Did you know that Pi Day is also Albert Einstein's birthday? Pi Day was coined this day because pi which is the infinite number begins with 3.14.
Having a son who is a Mathematics major, Pi day is a day of celebration in my home.
Have you ever wondered how scientists use Pi? Check out Phys.org and learn about it!
Many people celebrate Pi day in different ways.
Some people make pies on pie day. I personally like this idea. Who doesn't like pie? I can remember making homemade apple pies in the kitchen with my mom when I was a litttle girl. The scent would fill up the entire house. I can smell it now.
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Some people enjoy eating Pizza pie on Pi day. It's a delicious and easy way to
show your appreciation for Pi. At the Exploratorium in San Francisco, California they have an entire day of events scheduled to celebrate pi day, including Pizza dough tossing. If you live in the area, this would be a fun day out for the family.
Check out the website here: http://www.exploratorium.edu/pi/pi_schedule.html
The New York Daily News published a great article a couple of years ago on fun ways to celebrate Pi day. They include visiting the Pi day capitol in Princeton, NJ, memorizing Pi, having a Pi-arty and so much more. Check out this fun article:
How do you plan to celebrate Pi day?