- Posted March 13, 2009 by
san diego, California
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Pi Day pie-off
Celebrate the Circle
- dsashin, CNN iReport producer
"I become geeky with my math and foodie friends on 3.14 to celebrate pi day!," said Chris Morrow.
Chris Morrow note: Custard pie made and enjoyed in 2009 at a pi day party.
Pi represents the relationship between a circle’s diameter (its width) and its circumference (the distance around the circle). It’s fundamental throughout the field of mathematics. Used by everyone, we can find it in the measurements of the Great Pyramid and in popular culture, in movies and TV shows. So go out for pizza or order a slice of pie and celebrate the circle. Happy Pi Day!
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