Wiki sez: The most commonly used times are: 3/14 [0]1:59 3/14 15:[0]9
But! "The "ultimate" pi moment[1] occurred on March 14, 1592, at 6:53 AM and 58 seconds. When written in American-style date format, this is 3/14/1592 6:53.58."
When I was in 8th grade (first year of high school here in Oz) we sat our maths exam in the maths room and the teacher was a very mathematical kind of guy. He had a big long poster up along two walls, about a foot high and twenty or thirty feet long, with pi to the seventy-fourth decimal place written on it.
I finished my maths exam disgracefully quickly and had over an hour left to burn, so I memorized it. To this day (nearly twenty years later) I can tell you it's 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510582097494459230781640628...
It's a good party trick, if you're one of those people who embraces their geekiness :)
It's already the 15th over here...
Don't forget the ...65!
4:33:05 PM approaches!
there's always pizza pie
Given that Pi Day coincides with Steak and Blowjob Day, perhaps one could combine the two observances and have steak pie?
With cream?
Wiki sez: The most commonly used times are:
3/14 [0]1:59
3/14 15:[0]9
But!
"The "ultimate" pi moment[1] occurred on March 14, 1592, at 6:53 AM and 58 seconds. When written in American-style date format, this is 3/14/1592 6:53.58."
And don't forget the approximations!
If we'd like to celebrate an annual Pi Moment it ought to mark the passage of 1/3.141th of the year. This year's Pi Moment occurs on April 27th at approximately 4:23:40 am.
It would be better if it were round.
And easier to digest if it were rounded.
:-p
But everyone knows pie are square.
I think the joke there is that "pie are squared".
Bugger. I missed it. :(
When I was in 8th grade (first year of high school here in Oz) we sat our maths exam in the maths room and the teacher was a very mathematical kind of guy. He had a big long poster up along two walls, about a foot high and twenty or thirty feet long, with pi to the seventy-fourth decimal place written on it.
I finished my maths exam disgracefully quickly and had over an hour left to burn, so I memorized it. To this day (nearly twenty years later) I can tell you it's 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510582097494459230781640628...
It's a good party trick, if you're one of those people who embraces their geekiness :)
http://www.irregularwebcomic.net/polls/poll0151.html
Hmm... see, I went with 3/14 at 1:59. I wasn't awake at the AM version, so opted to ignore the 24 hour clock in favour of staying awake at work.
PI!
You mean Pi by Hard 'n Phirm?
That's correct. :)
awfully mean of me to be such a pedant, but that's technically 3.141593, to that many SF, as the 26 rounds upwards.