**Learn About Pi**

The Number Pi represents the relationship between a circle’s diameter (its width) and its circumference (the distance around the circle).

Equations that use Pi The area of a circle is calculated using Pi and the radius of the circle. This formula inspired the joke "Pies aren't square, they're round!"

To find the volume of a rectangular prism you calculate length × width × height. In that case, length × width is the area of one side, which is then multiplied by the height of the prism. Similarly, to find the volume of a cylinder, you multiply the area of the base (the area of the circle, which is pi × r²), then multiply that by the height of the cylinder.

Links to Share about Pi Day:

1. Exploratorium Pi Day

2. Plan a Pi Day Party

3. The History of Pi

4. Musical Pi

5. Ask Dr. Math: Middle School Pi

Happy Pi Day!! To learn more about this day, please visit here. Today, I think we'll have a

**Pizza Pi**for Lunch!!! ;)

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