Happy Pi Day, Bay Area! Oaklanders celebrate with math (and pie)
on March 14, 2012
A group of Bay Area folks come together every year on March 14 to celebrate pi — the mathematical constant and the dessert. Laura Hautala spent a recent Saturday afternoon joining in on the peculiar celebration.
For more information about celebrating this math lover’s holiday, visit the official Pi Day website.
Image: A pi pie. Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Matman from Lublin.
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