Happy National π Day!!!

Happy National Pi π  Day ! !

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What is Pi: Pi is a numeric figure. It consists starting at: π = 3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 5820974944 5923078164 0628620899 8628034825 3421170679. This is only the first hundred decimal points. The figure in order to use it needs the spaces every ten decimal points removed, they are there so you can grip the concept. The figure of Pi continues on and on forever. The figure has had mathematicians trying to find its infinite ending, but there is none! Pi is used in mathematics as the reference for the ratio of the circumference of any circle to the diameter of that circle. This is helpful for measuring area within the circle. It also can be used to measure a sphere area size (planets and celestial bodies), by using the formula: Area of a Sphere = Sphere Radius2 x 12.566 ( 4 × π) or π x Diameter2 ( π × Diameter × Diameter ). The Formula has been tested time and time again. The proof that it works is that the area of the Earth has been globally measured manually, and compared to that of the diameter and the formula of Pi, and the offset of error for the figure versus the actual area of the Earth is less than a micron of an centimeter (micrometer) in area (way smaller than even a square inch). That style of use of Pi requires complete equation of both the diameters pole to pole and through to the equator, because the Earth is not a quite perfect sphere. Its equatorial radius equals just over 3963 miles, but its polar radius is 3950 miles, making for a slightly flattened Earth. As you can definitely see, the use of Pi is most helpful in a lot of the sciences, including astronomy.

Importance of Mathematics in School: My expertise in mathematics did not happen in school. I only wish that it was in school. Therefore, I urge anyone of school age–if you have an inkling to be inclined to follow through with a career in mathematics, there are a vast array of professions that having the knowledge will assist in way better and more opportunities for a great career. I learned calculus when I first start using a computer way before Windows or the internet to program macros and batch files to have computers is those days have an automated menu system. I was definitely one of the first persons to print checks out of my computer printer, because the first check that went through, the bank’s security department called to verify. They never even heard of it! In order to be able to do tasks on computers like these, you need to know calculus, which is a complex type of math. You don’t always need that knowledge for every style of math, but the more knowledge of math you have, the better career in a computer related field you will be able to seek. Your resume will glow! The experience I have developed since has been so useful in every aspect of my living.

A Brief History:
Origination: Pi Day celebrates the mathematical constant π 3.14. . . Pi Day was founded by Physicist Larry Shaw in 1988 to celebrate the aligned digits in the date, March 14 being 3/14 match first three digits of Pi π (3.14). It is celebrated in all countries that follow the month/day (m/dd) date format.

United States Evolution: More and more frequently, the celebration of Pi π Day has turned into a sale-a-bration and also a day to celebrate pie. A lot of great sales happen today. One sale stated a price of 3.14% off furniture recently. Another sale stated that the normal price would be 3.14 times more than the sale date. So as you can see, some merchants go out of their way to make or break a great sale.

Pi  π and Pie: I absolutely love pie! The more the merrier, with moderation. There is never a bad time for a slice. It has also recently shifted to having a day for the pizza pie as well.

Favorite Types of Pies : Below you will see a vast array of pie flavors. One yummy variation after another.

Celebrated: March 14th every year! Pi π and pie!

A Few Facts:
I am sharing a few facts, and more, some trivia, some not trivial. . .

Different flavors:

  1. Apple Pie
  2. Pot Pie
  3. Pecan Pie
  4. Key Lime Pie
  5. Cream Pie
  6. Sweet Potato Pie
  7. Peanut Butter Pie
  8. Cherry Pie
  9. Peach Cobbler
  10. Spaghetti Pie
  11. More. . .

The Present:
People all over the world, including the U.S. are Pi π, pie and pizza pie!

The Future:
Let’s give thanks and enjoy Pi π and pie this great year and in the years to come. . .

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Food Deals:
7-Eleven: Select 7-Eleven stores are offering large cheese, pepperoni and extreme meat pizzas for $3.14 each.

Blaze Pizza: Sign up on the app to get an 11-inch pizza for $3.14. The offer is valid at Blaze Pizza from March 14-31.

Boston Market: Download the Boston Market app for a free chicken pot pie with any pot pie and drink order.

Papa John’s: Buy one large pizza and get a second large one-topping pizza for $3.14 at Papa John’s.

Sbarro: If you join Sbarro‘s “Slice Society” rewards program, you get a free NY XL slice of pizza with a drink purchase.

Uno Pizzeria & Grill: Get an individual thin-crust cheese pizza for $3.14 at Uno Pizzeria & Grill.

Whole Foods Market: Get a large cherry or apple pie for $3.14 on Whole Foods Market, if you are an Amazon Prime member.

Versatileer does not assume responsibility of lack of availability of any deal due to area sponsorship of a coupon-offer or deal, Check locally before you go into the store.

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