Whether you are a mathematician or not, National Pi day is always a day to have a good time. Pi day occurs every year on March 14th. No other day for Pi day to occur on. Pi is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. It is an irrational number so it can be expressed as a simple fraction with two integers. It starts out with 3.14 and goes to infinity
I had a math teacher in high school that celebrated Pi day each year with pie. Yes that is right she would give each student in her class a piece of pie. So whether you celebrate Pi day or Pie day have fun and celebrate
Pi is the Greek letter "TT". In math it represents the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It measures approximately 3.14159265359 Commonly this number is rounded to 3.14 which is why March 14 or 3/14 fits exactly. Whether you celebrate with pizza or pie make math fun and celebrate pie day.
One of the most fascinating numbers is known as Pi. The size of a circle is calculated using Pi, a real number with non repeating decimal expansion that goes on infinitely or forever without end. Have a little fun and recite Pi to see how many places you can go. Another even more tasty way to use Pi and celebrate is to bake a pie. Baking a pie can help you with many important learning skills
- ability to follow directions. This skill is demonstrated through making sure the pie turns out correctly and tasty.
- attention to detail. One must pay attention when baking a pie in order to get ingredients correct.
- Decision Making. One must decide when to check the pie for doneness waiting to long or not waiting long enough is not good.
- Improvising. Don't have the exact ingredient knowing what to substitute shows being able to improvise and think on your feet
- Patience. One must have patience to stay in the game of baking and life. Lack of patience often means a big price must be paid. Making sure the pie is baked through shows patience
Homemade Classic American Apple Pie Recipe
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