Happy Pi Day!!!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi/

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To have your own project relating to pi added to this studio, please post a comment with a link. You can find a link to your project by clicking the ‘Embed’ button on the project page. The link will be directly below the Facebook logo.

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All projects must meet the community guidelines and be appropriate for all ages!

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It may take some time for your projects to be added. Please be patient, we add projects oldest to newest; no need to double post!

Thanks for featuring. ;)

Could all curators and managers please add projects from the bottom up, so no projects are left out. Also please look at the project the thumbnail can be deceiving.

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News:

3-14-18 - Featured! Happy Pi Day!

3-17-18 - Happy St Patrick’s Day!

3-22-18 - You can still add pi related projects to this studio even thought Pi Day is over.

4-15-18 - 600 followers!!!

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FAQ

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When is pi day?

March 14th every year.

Can I curate?

Maybe! If you are helpful!

Can I manage?

Nope, sorry!

What is pi?

Pi is a number that shows up in mathematics a lot! It is equal to approximately 3.141592654.

Whats this π?

That is the symbol for pi!

How do I say "pi"

Pie.

Why is March 14th pi day?

If you write out date in US format spells the whole digit and the first two digits, which is 3.14

(Thanks @MiscelIaneous )

Were is pi on the number line?

3<π<4

How long is pi?

It has infinitely many decimal places.

Who discovered pi?

The Babylonians estimated pi to be about 25/8 (3.125), while the Egyptians estimated it to be about 256/81 (roughly 3.16). The Ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse (287-212 BC) is largely considered to be the first to calculate an accurate estimation of the value of pi.

More questions? Ask in the comments. We are happy to help!

Thanks SDS for instructions to find a link to a project!

Fun facts

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Pi = How(3) I(1) Wish(4) I(1) Could(5) Calculate(9) Pi(2)

3.14 = 413 = PIE = EIP

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Do not make major changers to the description

Do not add irrelevant projects

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Do not make Major changes to the thumbnail.

Curators

Do not add irrelevant projects

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Doing any of these things (or a combination of these things) will cause you to be demoted or removed.

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Happy Pi Day!

Scratch On!