Mathematics have never been my strong suit. I always struggled with math. It is just how my brain is wired. For some reason, Pi Day, has always been one mathematical calculation that I can remember. From being a kid, I remember learning that Pi was 3.14 f with an eternity of numbers following. The equation is rather simple, even for me. You just take the circumference of any circle and divide it by its diameter, and the answer will always be 3.14…  I guess it would make sense that the numbers continue to go on, as Pi is the measurement of a circle, as it has no start or end. In 1998, a physicist named, Larry Shaw was the first person to create a celebration of Pi Day at San Francisco’s Exploratorium, a museum that celebrates science and technology. Since then, it has become a day to celebrate math… as they say, the rest is history so go to Santoni’s Bakery and get a big hunk of Pi… er I mean Pie.

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