It is Pi Day once again . . . March 14 . . . 3/14 . . . get it? Pi Day is now celebrated on March 14th around the world. Pi or π is a mathematical constant. It is defined as the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and is widely used in mathematics, engineering, and physics. It is approximated as 3.1416, but it is an irrational number that never ends and never repeats.
The first 1000 decimal places of Pi are:
Aside from making and/or eating pie, you can celebrate Pi Day in many different ways. The article “25 Best Ways to Celebrate National Pi Day” gives 25 suggestions. Celebrating Pi Day, especially if you involve pie, is a good way to encourage K-12 students in STEM.