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Students in Mathematics classes on Wednesday, March 14th were treated to a one-off lesson related to Pi Day – a day that is celebrated worldwide to acknowledge the special mathematical number, Pi. This number is represented by the Greek letter π and is approximated by 3.14159. Students learned about the language associated with π, the relationship found in a circle between the circumference and radius as well as the interesting fact that π is a number that goes on and on, with no pattern to its digits, so it can create the most interesting visual displays.
Carolyn Hunter – HELA Mathematics
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