*Mia Grasse*

Guess what, Cougars? March 14th is Pi Day. No, it is not pie day, and we don’t do it to eat pie.

Pi is a math term which means the circumference of any circle divided by its diameter. Pi is an irrational number which means it is a non-terminating and non-repeating decimal.

In other words, it goes on forever. To represent pi you can use 3.14, 22/7, or the pi symbol.

To celebrate Pi Day, surprise your teacher with how much you know about Pi. The more you know the smarter you are.

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I love going to Coco’s and getting the really juicy cherry pies.

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Pi day, not pie day.

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March 14 is also National Walkout Day.

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I laughed when I saw this math joke.

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The answers to the riddle of the day are

The month we sleep the least: February because it is the shortest month

What gets wet the more it drys: A towel 🙂

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did anyone else notice that pi=3.14 and the day is 3/14 😉

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