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The value of ‘pi’ was first discovered in India by Budhayana. He also explained the concept of what is known as the Pythagorean Theorem in the century, ages before the European Mathematicians.

Pi Day Challenge Freebie! This free math activity is a fun Pi Day challenge for students in upper elementary, middle school, or high school grades. Students must measure the circumference and diameter of their circle, divide, and see who can get the closest to pi! Make Pi Day fun this year with this FREE activity!

A fun Pi Day challenge for students in upper elementary, middle school, or high school grades. Students must measure the circumference and diameter of their circle, divide, and see who can get the closest to pi!

Happy Pi Day Stickers Bright Colors

Shop Happy Pi Day Stickers Bright Colors created by Personalize it with photos & text or purchase as is!

Pi 3.14 - Intergalactic Pi Day Celebration Coffee or Tea Mug, Latte Size

Help celebrate the most important day in the Mathematics Calendar, March 14 - Pi Day! Technicam notitia (the technical bits) - Mug holds / of your favorite hot or cold beverage.