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March 14th, 2023 at 11:12:41 AM
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I think you may have mixed up your terms. The ratio of a circle's radius to its diameter sounds like Jan. 2 to me!Quote:DRichToday is fake Pi day. Euler said pi is the ratio of a circle's radius to its diameter. Therefore Pi day is June 28th

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Besides, I've already had pizza today. Do I need to do it again on June 28? ;)

Also, what about July 22nd for another Pi Day option?

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March 14th, 2023 at 11:47:20 AM
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If you want to consider July 22, please also consider the pairing of December 21 and April 23 (December 20/April 22 in leap years).

January 2 is downright hilarious. Thanks.

January 2 is downright hilarious. Thanks.

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March 14th, 2023 at 2:28:32 PM
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March 14th, 2023 at 4:03:12 PM
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The fine gas station I just walked out of is selling large pizzas, cheese or pepperoni, for the expected special today only price, until 8pm (Eastern).

Very festive of them.

Very festive of them.

May the cards fall in your favor.

March 14th, 2023 at 4:22:46 PM
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Quote:JoemanI think you may have mixed up your terms. The ratio of a circle's radius to its diameter sounds like Jan. 2 to me!Quote:DRichToday is fake Pi day. Euler said pi is the ratio of a circle's radius to its diameter. Therefore Pi day is June 28th

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Besides, I've already had pizza today. Do I need to do it again on June 28? ;)

Also, what about July 22nd for another Pi Day option?

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You are correct. I believe it was Euler that said the circumference is pi*radius. Someone decided to divide Pi in half and change the equation for the circumference to 2*Pi*radius. I will always celebrate it on June 28th as that is my daughters birthday.

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March 14th, 2023 at 4:26:45 PM
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Quote:TumblingBones

Some of these I have never seen and are pretty amazing!

Does anyone know the proof to

π =(-1) * sqrt (-1) * log (-1) ?

or the proof to:

π = sqrt(6/ Π

_{primes p}(1-1/p

^{2}))

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March 14th, 2023 at 6:09:09 PM
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Quote:gordonm888

Does anyone know the proof to

π =(-1) * sqrt (-1) * log (-1) ?

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I assume that's ln(-1), which is i * PI, since if x = ln(-1), then -1 = e^x = e^(i PI); -1 * i * (i PI) = PI.

March 14th, 2023 at 7:16:24 PM
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Quote:DRichI will always celebrate it on June 28th as that is my daughters birthday.

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June 28th is also the birthday of Elon Musk

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March 15th, 2023 at 5:36:46 AM
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Quote:EvenBobQuote:DRichI will always celebrate it on June 28th as that is my daughters birthday.

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June 28th is also the birthday of Elon Musk

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Are you inferring that Elon Musk is my daughter? I will not deny it.

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April 22nd, 2023 at 5:57:01 PM
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Ok according to Jeopardy pi is approximated to 3.14, but it's also approximated by this fraction

22/7