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A "Math Day" held on March 14—after the first three digits of pi—when mean students with poor attitudes want to get even with their math teachers, by throwing pies at their face.
To celebrate or not to celebrate Pi Day? That's the question schools in crime-infected areas have been wrestling with for years, as teachers try not to let students-turned-"pi-rates" spoil the annual celebration, which aims to reveal the beauty and ubiquity of pi.
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by MathPlus March 07, 2017
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Sorry, but the "true" math geeks are waiting for March 14, 2015 at 9:26 and 53 seconds AM to celebrate. Until then, we'll keep our differential equations and T-distributions to ourselves.
We who celebrate Pi day don't get out very much.
by Jeff42 March 15, 2007
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March 14th. A "holiday" celebrated by math geeks everywhere. Pi is approximately 3.14, and March the 14th is 3/14.
omg t3h pi day d00d, we are so 1337, pi roxxors t3h boxxors!
by aoiasimsd March 21, 2005
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One of several days, notably march 14th, 3/14, and the 22nd of July, representing a common fractional approximation 22/7. It's somewhat of a pointless holiday, but it's always fun to annoy the hell out of people by being able to recite digits of pi from memory.
I'm currently up to 15-ish digits of pi for pi day. 3.14159265358979323
by Jeff the Pirate March 14, 2007
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March 14th. A "holiday" celebrated by math geeks everywhere in USA and anywhere else the date is formatted MM/DD/YY. Pi is approximately 3.14, and March the 14th is 3/14 in America.
omg t3h pi day d00d, we are so 1337, pi roxxors t3h boxxors!

I know nothing about the outside world!
by Sam3453452 March 14, 2007
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(March 14th)
A holiday celebrated by math teachers and geeks everywhere.
March 14th was the chosen day because pi = 3.14.
Since the next three numbers in the sequence are 159, at 1:59, everyone celebrating must say, "Happy Pi Day!"