Today is March 14 World Pie (7) Day. Pie Day is a day of celebration in honor of the mathematical constant pie (π). The value of the pie is about 3.14 and every year March 14 is celebrated as Pie Day. Mathematicians around the world observe March 14 as Pie Day. World Pie Day, Pie Day-when, why is it celebrated.

## World Pie Day

However, Pie Day has been celebrated in Bangladesh since 2006. The celebration of this day started in the country on the initiative of the Mathematical Olympiad Committee. The day is celebrated in various math clubs and educational institutions across the country. Organizations include Pie Parade, Price of Pie, Discussion about Pie, etc. There is also an exchange of greetings by cutting a cake with the pie symbol.

Note that pi (π) is an important mathematical constant. In Euclidean plane geometry, the ratio of circumference to diameter of a circle is defined as pi (π). The pie (π) symbol was first introduced in 1806 by William Jones. However, the symbol was popularized by the Swiss mathematician Leonardo Euler.

## World Pie Day

The sixteenth letter of the Greek alphabet. The first letters of the Greek word are ‘περιφέρεια’ (meaning circumference) and ‘περίμετρος’ (meaning circumference). It is thought that the word perimeter came from the use of the message.

The use of pi is found in many sources in mathematics, science, and engineering. At present, with the help of a computer, it has been possible to find the value of 7 up to 1 trillion after the decimal.

Pi Day is the birthday of Einstein, a scientist famous for his theory of relativity. Another world-renowned physicist, Steven Hawking, died on this day in 1974.

### World Pie Day

The value of pi is about 3.14. Mathematicians around the world observe March 14 every year as Pie Day.

In 1967, physicist Larry Shaw introduced the concept of pie day. Larry Shaw, an official at the San Francisco Museum of Science, has been dubbed the “Prince of Pie” for promoting the day. Subsequently, on March 12, 2009, the United States Government approved the observance of March 14 as National Pie Day.

Some people celebrate Pi Day on March 14 at 1:59 p.m. This was known as the pie minute on that date. It is referred to here as pie second at 1:59:26 pm. The value of Pie Day (3.1415926) is close to its time when Pie Day is celebrated in Pie Seconds.

### World Pie Day

Pi Day is the birthday of Einstein, a scientist famous for his theory of relativity. Another world-renowned physicist, Steven Hawking, died on this day in 1974. In 1986, a museum in San Francisco celebrated Pie Day for the first time. In the museum’s roundabout, its staff and visitors celebrate the day by eating cakes (pies) together.

Museum official Larry Shake is thought to have been the “prince of the feet” as the initiator of the day’s celebrations. Museum authorities have already added the first Pie Day celebration to the second life. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology often invites new students on Pie Day.

On March 12, 2009, the U.S. government approved March 14 as National Pie Day. However, Pie (8) Day has been celebrated in Bangladesh since 2006. The celebration of this day started in the country on the initiative of the Bangladesh Mathematical Olympiad Committee. The day is celebrated in various math clubs and educational institutions across the country.

### World Pie Day

In Euclidean plane geometry, the ratio of circumference to diameter of a circle is defined as pi (π). The pie symbol was first introduced in 1808 by William Jones. However, the symbol was popularized by the Swiss mathematician Leonardo Euler. The use of pi is found in many sources in mathematics, science, and engineering. At present, it is possible to find the value of 7 up to one trillion after the decimal.

The sixteenth letter of the Greek alphabet. The first letters of the Greek word are ‘περιφέρεια’ (meaning circumference) and ‘περίμετρος’ (meaning circumference). It is thought that the word perimeter came from the use of the message. It also contains the Unicode characters U + 03C0.