Happy Pi Day! What is Pi Day, you ask? Pi Day is celebrated on March 14, or 3/14. (It also happens to be Albert Einstein’s birthday, ironically). It’s called Pi Day because the mathematical term pi is 3.14. Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Pi has actually been calculated to over one trillion digits beyond the decimal point, and will continue indefinitely because it’s an “irrational and transcendental” number. For most mathematical purposes, we consider pi to be simply 3.14.
To read more about why pi is so important, check out this New Yorker article. Even if you’re not a “math person,” it’s really fascinating.
How are you celebrating Pi Day? How about eating…pie, of course! You can also eat “pi”-themed foods, like pi-erogies, pi-zza, pi-stachios, and pi-neapple. There are also plenty of math-themed or math-related movies to enjoy, like Pi, Proof, Good Will Hunting, The Theory of Everything, and Moneyball. For the especially ambitious, you can hold contests with fellow math-loving friends to see who can memorize the most digits of pi.
After your celebration and you get back to work on your dissertation, you might be looking at your own data and wondering how you’re going to get through it. We can help!
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