Happy Pi Day!
9&10’s Sarah Grimmer is sharing some interesting facts with you about National Pi Day.
You may have already guessed, but Pi Day earned its title because the numerical day, 3-14, represents the first three digits of pi.
π, the Greek letter, is the symbol used in the math to represent the ratio of circumference of a circle to its diameter 3.14159…
Pi Day was started at a San Francisco science museum by Staff Physicist Larry Shaw in 1988.
Staff and visitors celebrated the day by holding a circular parade and then eating their fruit pies.
In 2009 Pi Day became a national event in hopes that the official recognition of Pi Day will help increase interest in math and science.
Our MTM crew is celebrating with some delicious ABC pies from .
Are you celebrating National Pi Day?