Pi Day is almost upon us and you'll need more than a pie tin to celebrate properly. Few holidays inspire this many math-based memes and jokes, so get 'em while they're hot... I mean, get 'em while they're the ratio of a circle's circumference and diameter.
Any big ratio fans out there? Events and activities are happening around the world to celebrate Pi Day.
The work was famously described by Albert Einstein as "perhaps the greatest intellectual stride that it has ever been granted to any man to make."
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This question was the focus of a post that set Reddit alight.
The number was found by a 51-year-old engineer running multiple computers for days on end.
The notoriously reclusive prodigy is waiting for someone to prove him right.
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By 1921, Einstein was recognized as one of the most talented minds of his generation.