Celebrate Pi Day

We hope you have a happy Pi Day Atoms, no matter how you slice it!

Monday, March 14th, 2022Do you know what math's favorite holiday is?! Pi Day, of course! Below are some fun facts about Pi Day (3.14).

  • The symbol for Pi has been in use for over 250 years. The symbol was introduced by William Jones, a Welsh mathematician, in 1706. The symbol was made famous by the mathematician Leonhard Euler.
  • The Greek letter π is the first letter of the word periphery and perimeter. And as we all know, pi is the ratio of a circle's "periphery" to its diameter.
  • Humans have memorized vast stretches of pi - 2015, Suresh Kumar Sharma set a world record when he successfully recited more than 17,000 digits of pi — a feat that took 17 hours to complete.

We hope you have a happy Pi Day Atoms, no matter how you slice it!


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