
Pi day is celebrated in math classrooms each year on March 14th(314, get it??!?!?)Pi Links 2008 Pi Day Handout (word) or (pdf) Students participated in special PI Day activities, celebrated the day by singing PI Day songs, and (of course) the traditional eating of the pies.
The "Joy of Pi" website will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about pi. Check out the "pi facts and figures" link, and the 10,000 digits of pi page. Investigate the Pi Across America website for even more interesting pi activities! Easy as Pi math link for fun Pi Day Activities More Pi links:

Precalc class participated in a game of "Circle Nim." 

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Geogories: Circular Items


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Algebra I measured circular objects to calculate an experimental value for pi. 

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Trigonometry students played Jeopardystyle "Name that Circle!", pin the radius on the circle and a game of "RingFling."


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Prealgebra students constructed frequency distributions of the digits in pi. 

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Algebra II class measured circular objects to calculate an experimental bestfit line for the circumference/diameter relationship. The relationship was found to beC = 3.13 D  0.01 (with a correlation coefficient > 0.999) 

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Of course, students also consumed apple pie. (Pie ARE squared!) 

Make plans to celebrate the circle on PI Day 2008! 

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