How did you celebrate Pi Day?
It has become an annual ritual for geeks the world over...
π ≈ 3.14159,
so around 1:59pm every March 14th, we profess our love of this most famous of mathematical constants.
Here at Loyola University,
the Math Club hosted their annual dinner and lecture (with plenty of fruit- and pizza-pie, of course);
Prof. Laurie Jordan's course, students made bracelets by translating π into binary numbers and then the students made necklaces by coming up with their own patterns for the digits in π. One student used base six; one used a color scheme based on primes and composites, etc. [pics]
What did you do?