Remembering Pi: Google Doodle honours mathematical constant with apple pies

Google Doodle marks 30th year of Pi Day, the date that takes its digits from mathematics constant pi

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

Today, Google doodle honors "Pi", the mathematical constant that never ends and never shows a pattern, with a pie.

Pi (Greek letter "I") is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant - the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter - which is approximately 3.14159. For those who are wondering what it is, it's Pi Day.

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In geometry, "Pi" plays an important constant in finding out the area of a circle.

The doodle has been created by award-winning pastry chef, Dominique Ansel. Close to a trillion places have been calculated of pi and since it is an irrational number, it can go upto infinity.

Did you know that there is Pi language? Mike Keith wrote a book "Not A Wake" entirely in Pilish. Wondering how? Draw a circle with a protractor and then measure its diameter or radius with a ruler.

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Pi does not belong in the category of normal numbers, at least it is believed so by Mathematicians. Pi Day was first recognised 30 years ago in 1988 by physicist Larry Shaw at the San Francisco Exploratorium where he worked as a physicist.

Pi day is observed annually on March 14 (3.14), also there is an implied pun on the words "pi" and "pie".

Also, the education office of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California is hosting its fifth annual the "Pi in the Sky" challenge. This involves the calculation of Martian earthquakes, the helium rain on Jupiter and the rotation rate of asteroids and even the solar eclipse.

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