Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com
Gary Deloach, president of the organization Mathematics Engineering Science Association(MESA) chapter at Columbus State University, stands in front of a paper chain link representing a color-coded, number sequence of Pi. The CSU math organization held a funddraiser and bake sale Monday afternoon to celebrate national Pi day. Its is celebrated on March, 14th because the first digits number Pi are 3.14. Pi is the symbol for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com Gary Deloach, president of the organization Mathematics Engineering Science Association(MESA) chapter at Columbus State University, stands in front of a paper chain link representing a color-coded, number sequence of Pi. The CSU math organization held a funddraiser and bake sale Monday afternoon to celebrate national Pi day. Its is celebrated on March, 14th because the first digits number Pi are 3.14. Pi is the symbol for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
Joe Paull jpaull@ledger-enquirer.com Gary Deloach, president of the organization Mathematics Engineering Science Association(MESA) chapter at Columbus State University, stands in front of a paper chain link representing a color-coded, number sequence of Pi. The CSU math organization held a funddraiser and bake sale Monday afternoon to celebrate national Pi day. Its is celebrated on March, 14th because the first digits number Pi are 3.14. Pi is the symbol for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.

VIDEO: Math lovers at Columbus State University celebrate Pi Day

March 13, 2011 11:33 PM

UPDATED March 15, 2011 01:19 AM

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