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 T O P I C    R E V I E W Admin Posted - 02/28/2011 : 09:41:10 Pi Day is celebrated on March 14. Celebrate with my Pi Day WebQuest! You'll find great activities to help you celebrate, including my lessons on Circumference and Area of a Circle, and a widget that counts down to Pi Day. 6   L A T E S T    R E P L I E S    (Newest First) the_hill1962 Posted - 04/23/2013 : 10:19:16 The best Pi Days only happen every one hundred years!I am wondering which one is better:March 14, 2015 or March 14, 2016?As for Tau Day, will it be June 28, 2031 or June 28, 2032?I'm interested in what everyone thinks.There didn't seem to be much posted about this when I did a quick search on the Internet. The MIT class of 2016 seems to be touting 3/14/16 as a good day.Maybe all Pi Days are created equal? royhaas Posted - 07/05/2012 : 13:30:50 Henri Lebesgue was born on Tau Day, 1875. Admin Posted - 07/05/2012 : 10:28:05 quote:Originally posted by royhaasLet's not forget that March 14 is also Albert Einstein's birthday, which I celebrate with a Bavarian beverage unrelated to pie.Yes, and my webquest does ask "March 14 is also whose birthday?". As for Tau, you can find Tau Day activities and links here. I also wrote about Tau vs Pi in my blog. Gisele royhaas Posted - 07/05/2012 : 10:10:40 Let's not forget that March 14 is also Albert Einstein's birthday, which I celebrate with a Bavarian beverage unrelated to pie. Ultraglide Posted - 07/04/2012 : 22:21:39 And June 28 is 2 pi day. Tessa Posted - 07/03/2012 : 05:15:53yay!!!

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