Happy Pi Day

By Murray Bourne, 13 Mar 2006

Today is Pi Day, celebrated by odd mathematicians on 3.14 (Mar 14th).

If you want to really get carried away, have a party at 1:59. Or not.

Pi has been calculated to millions of decimal places. Here's the first few...

3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197...

Have a good day.

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