The day of Pi: University of Regina celebrates Pi Day
The University of Regina held events for Pi Day, including a pie eating contest and a lecture on the Mayan numerical system.
Math department co-hosts event, includs a lecture and all you can eat pie
The University of Regina hosting an event to mark Pi Day. (Brian Rodgers)
Mathletes and number lovers everywhere, today is your day – it's Pi Day.
The University of Regina held a Pi Day celebration at the University of Regina this afternoon.
The event was co-hosted by the Mathematics and Statistics Department and the Mathematics, Actuarial Science, and Statistics Student Society. (Brian Rodgers)
That's right – an entire afternoon dedicated to all-things-Pi.
Students and faculty members at the Pi Day event at the U of R. (Brian Rodgers )
Including a pie eating contest.
How far can you recite pi? Apple, cherry, blueberry, pecan, peach ... (Brian Rodgers)
And a lecture by Dr. Hugo Rodriguez Ordonez on the mathematics of Mayan numbers.
Dr. Hugo Rodriguez Ordonez gave a lecture on the Mayan numerical system. (Brian Rodgers)
No Pi Day is complete without a math joke, so here is our favourite:
Why couldn't the angle get a loan?
Because his parents wouldn't Cosine!