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Happy Pi Day

Author: ITS

Posted on Mar 14, 2016

Category: General Interest , Geek Speak

If you haven’t heard, March 14 (3-14) Is Pi Day! To celebrate Pi Day, you can find out where your birth date, or any other significant date appears in Pi’s digits. Just visit Mypiday.com (powered pi dayby Wolfram) and enter any important date you wish, such as your birthday, in any format. The website will then search through all the digits in Pi until it finds the digits that match the date you entered, then tell you exactly where within all the digits of Pi your special number is located. From all of us at ITS, Happy Pi Day!