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StJohn Gumby
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I just found out from a friend that Saturday is an official Pi day.

 

at precisely 9.26 in the a.m. and again in the p.m. the date and time in US format will be;

 

 

3 14 15 9 26

 

Happy Pi Day Everyone  :munching-smiley-emoticon:

 

Gumby

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My Birthday is the day of the century!

Really, you only will have 1 birthday for 100 years?  Cool!

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So we're celebrating a damn number now? k.

Its not a number , actually its a relation between angles and corresponding curve length , PI corresponds to half a circle which radius is 1 .

 

Yes i'm very fun at parties B)

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Coincidentally,  Albert Einstein was born on this day 136 years ago.

 

Happy Birthday Albert. :)

 

Gumby

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Its not a number , actually its a relation between angles and corresponding curve length , PI corresponds to half a circle which radius is 1 .

 

Yes i'm very fun at parties B)

It's a fucking number lol, with an approximate value. It is constant. 

 

Your wife will be proud of you :v

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*facepalm*

Does anyone know when is e's birthday? You know, the e from ln e. Guess we gotta celebrate that too, otherwise it's like being racist to numbers.

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*facepalm*

Does anyone know when is e's birthday? You know, the e from ln e. Guess we gotta celebrate that too, otherwise it's like being racist to numbers.

 

Well, the mathematical E was said to be founded on 25 November 1731, so i'm going to guess his/her/it's Birthday is November 25th.

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*facepalm*

Does anyone know when is e's birthday? You know, the e from ln e. Guess we gotta celebrate that too, otherwise it's like being racist to numbers.

You missed it. It was February 7th

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