*Mathematics is a hard thing to love, but we still do.*

Only mathematicians will grasp the significance of the subject. And it appears that today is their lucky day. You might be here because you’re curious about ‘**Pi Day**,’ and you need an explanation.

And we’ve got it ready for you. We mathematicians actually love solving problems. And maybe you can solve one today.

Larry Shaw, an Exploratorium worker, started the day in 1988. Celebrations frequently include eating pie or organizing pi reciting contests.

The establishment of Pi Day was supported by the United States House of Representatives in 2009. The bakers and the mathematicians have a love for **14 March 2022**.

Let’s dive into the specifics of this day, as well as some thrilling things to look forward to.

**Little About Pi Day**

Pi Day is a yearly observance of the mathematical constant Pi (pi). Pi Day is celebrated on **March 14** (3/14 in the month/day format) because the first three major numerals are **3, 1, and 4. **

Alternative dates for the holiday involve July 22 (22/7, an approximation of Ï€) and June 28 (6.28, an approximation of 2Ï€ or tau). That ratio is always **3.14**, no matter how big or tiny the circle is.

It appears to be a bit mystical. But it’s simply mathematical magic. Furthermore, pi is an infinite number.

Due to a pun depending on the terms ‘pi’ and ‘pie’ being similar words in English (/pa/), and the coincidental circle form of many pies.

Pi Day has been honored in many ways, including eating pie, tossing pies, and analyzing the importance of the number.

In addition, some institutions arrange contests to see who can remember pi to the most decimal points.

**The Origins Of Pi Day**

**Larry Shaw** staged the first known formal or massive celebration of Pi Day in 1988 at the San Francisco Exploratorium, where Shaw was employed as a physicist, with employees and the wider populace walking around one of its circular spaces and then enjoying fruit pies.

The United States House of Representatives adopted a non-binding statement (111 H. Res. 224) on March 14, 2009, honoring March 14, 2009, as National Pi Day.

Google provided a Pi Day Doodle in 2010, with the term Google placed over pictures of circles and pi symbols. And for the 30th anniversary in 2018, it was a Dominique Ansel pie with the circumference split by its diameter.

Some people honored the entire month of March 2014 (3/14) as “Pi Month.” March 14 was designated as “Super Pi Day” in 2015. It was significant since the date was recorded as **3/14/15** in month/day/year format.

The date and time combined constituted the first ten digits of Ï€ at 9:26:53, and after that second Pi Instant constituted the rest of’s Ï€ digits.

**Alternative Dates Of Pi Days**

Pi Day is most commonly honored on March 14, but comparable celebrations have occurred on other occasions.

- Pi Approximation Day is celebrated on July 22 (22/7 in day/month format), because the fraction 227 is a frequent approximation of, which is precise to two decimal places and dates from Archimedes.

- On June 28 (6/28 in the month/day format), two Pi Day also called Tau Day for the mathematical notation Tau, which is calculated as 6.28, is celebrated.
- Pi Approximation Day is also commemorated on November 10th because it is the 314th day of the year.

So there you have it: everything you need to know about the day. What do you intend to do, eat the pie or compete in the Pi contest? Please share your thoughts in the comments box below.