By Mark Inboden
Math is fun! UCEC celebrates Pi Day by sharing a couple of videos explaining the math behind it. (Pi Day is March 14 because March is the third month of the year, making it 3.14 — the first three digits of pi.)
Videos courtesy of Business Insider
Click here to see a video that explains the concept of pi in simple animations.
And just for fun....
Mark is President and CEO of UCEC.
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