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grad students brought in a cherry pie (fullblown home made pie)
baked (yes baked) into (as in, conpleatly contained within)
a chocolate layer cake (with frosting).
... Think I am going to have to do that again sometime...
My oldest daughter is a middle school math teacher. Yesterday her students brought 44 full size pies and 37 small Mcdonalds size pies. It was all the pie you could eat in the lunchroom.
I don't know about your neck of the woods but up here "Government Work" tends to be something a guy sneaks in for himself at work. Generally closer than "3 + a bit" Of course for 'real' government work it can be 3 +/- a bit
Forty plus years and I still have ten toes, ten fingers and both eyes. I must be doing something right.
So, how about a day each for all the other mathematical constants?
Or, how about Morse Taper 2, 3,4... days?
Gosh, must be enough that it would become a day every other year
I don't know about your neck of the woods but up here "Government Work" tends to be something a guy sneaks in for himself at work. Generally closer than "3 + a bit" Of course for 'real' government work it can be 3 +/- a bit
Paul A.
Golden Triangle, SE Texas
And if you look REAL close at an analog signal,
You will find that it has discrete steps.
Hmm. If there was a pi day, is there a pi hour? A pi minute? A pi instant? What about leap year?
Every simple concept is like an onion: if you dig into it you find layers, the more you dig the more layers you find until you get to the core where suddenly there's nothing left.
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