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Ian Smith Sep 13
Replying to @ThomasMotz1
I feel like this would have been more appropriate back in March.
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adafruit industries Sep 14
Pocket Projector with Raspberry Pi
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RayYT Aug 28
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Physics-astronomy.org Mar 26
Happy ! March 14th represented in numbers is 3.14, which are the first three numbers in the pi constant. Pi is a mathematical constant used to define the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter.
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Earth Pictures Aug 21
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Robert Low Jul 22
Are we really ok with the fact that gives a worse approximation to π than ?
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adafruit industries Sep 14
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Amit Paranjape Jul 22
22/7 ... The real, more accurate ! :) (compared to March 14)
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Hemayet Hossain Sep 18
Are you willing to make ONE investment today to learn a skill that’ll get you paid for the rest of your life?
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Tío Kyle Jul 22
Happy Pi Day y'all! 22/7 ~= 3.14285714285
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Harrison MS Mar 28
HMS staff began their day with a presentation from the Mathematics Department.
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Amy Chandler Sep 9
Totally adding this to my resources. Great visual!
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Yuvaraj Aug 19
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You know what's better than on 3/14? Two Pi day! 6/28! Today!!
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See this, America? TODAY is - not March 14th.
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