Happy Pi Day! The ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle; approximately equal to 3.14159265358979323846... Happy Pi Day! Piaphrase:

Phrases or sentences in which the number of characters in each word follow the digits in the sequence of Pi. The ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle; approximately equal to 3.14159265358979323846... Pi represents the relationship between a circle’s diameter

(its width)

and its circumference

(the distance around the circle). The area of a circle

is calculated using Pi

and the radius of the circle. Pi aren't square, Cornbread are square, Pi are round. Pi Humor! CHICKEN POT PIE I WOULD LIKE A OF Yes I care! I think everybody in school knows it’s about learning,

education, passion, integrity and Pi and promises made.

A SLICE OF PI

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3.14159265358979

1640628620899

23172535940

881097566

5432664

09171

036

5 Pi has been known

for almost

4000 years In the fictional movie,

Night at the Museum:

Battle of the Smithsonian,

pi is the answer to the combination that will allow the Tablet of Akh-man-Ra to open the gates to the Underworld. ANY WAY YOU SLICE IT . . .

IT NEVER

ENDS! 3.14 TIMES

MORE LIKELY

TO SUCEED PI-LINGUAL HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: DIANA PAULK, ALBERT EINSTEIN, VINCE TAYLOR AND CHRISTINE BROWN! BY: MS. BROWN'S DAUGHTER ELIZABETH ANNE BROWN-WORTHINGTON

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# Pi Day

Albert Einsteins' Birthday, Ms. Browns' Birthday, and March 14th, 3/14, 3.14

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