Cronut Maker Rolls Out Google's Pi Day Doodle

Cronut Maker Rolls Out Google's Pi Day Doodle

Cronut Maker Rolls Out Google's Pi Day Doodle

The letters making up "Google" are abstractly spelled out on the home page with the ingredients and the pie itself, and they also write out the equation circumference divided by diameter equals pi.

Google is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Pi Day with a Google doodle depicting an actual apple "Pie".

March 14 is celebrated as Pi Day when the date lines up in the numbers of the famous constant.

In 1988, physicist Larry Shaw first found the constant Pi which is often the most used constant in many various fields of mathematics, especially in geometry.

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As we celebrate again in 2018, here are some Pi Day facts you should know.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Princeton Universities have devised their own unique ways to celebtate the day. Interestingly, Albert Einstein's birth anniversary falls on March 14, which is also celebrated at Princeton by organising an annual Einstein look-alike contest.

Pi Day is an official celebration of the mathematical constant π, also represented by the number 3.14. Close to a trillion places have been calculated of pi and since it is an irrational number, it can go upto infinity. For mathematicians the day honors Pi being the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter and plays a key component in geometry. The rise of computing technology has led to an arms race of sorts to calculate ever more digits of pi: the current record was set past year by Christian physicist Peter Trueb, calculated pi to 22.4 trillion digits - 22,459,157,718,361, to be exact - outpacing the previous record set in 2013 by 9 million digits. The challenge is in its fifth year, and features mathematical problems that can be solved using Pi. The Pilish dialect was invented, in which the numbers of letters in successive words matched the digits of pi.

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