3.14 or Pi in the mathematical world! This transcendental number represents the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle. It appears a constant in a wide range of mathematical problems (and as we know, few things remain constant). Pi is also the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet. I gathered this important information from a former Miller friend who shares his fascination with numbers, specifically with pi. Since it’s 3/14 today, he called to remind me of this significance “in case I forgot or Mr. Van didn’t think to remind you…it IS spring break after all…” 🙂 Here’s hoping you appreciate the significance of pi in your world today. As for me, I have some baking to do!
Note: We look forward to seeing everyone again on Monday morning! EnJOY your last few days of spring break! 🙂