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Today’s date is other words, Pi Day! How have you been celebrating?

In honor of the math constant, we’re featuring a few, useful math-themed apps & tools that you can use both in the office, at home, or just for fun (math is fun, after all):

Numerics Calculator & Converter: This easy-to-use app can handle a wide range of calculations, unit conversions, and more (and it works offline, too) --
Daum Equation Editor: Quickly compose math equations and then export them as images or text files for use elsewhere. Helpful for teachers, professors, and anyone else who often works with math expressions --
Graphing Calculator by A web alternative to traditional graphing calculators, this app graphs equations as you type them so you can alter and tweak inputs in real-time. Afterwards, you can export your graphs as a PNG, or share them with others (check out ours below!) --

Happy Pi Day, #chromies -- this one’s for you:
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Today is also the valentines day of south Korea.
Only in US. Its 14.03.2012 everywhere else ;)
You're all wrong. Today is 15.03.2012.
This is just another way that Australia remains one step ahead.
Happy Pi Day, Google Chrome. Archimedes invented Pi, I think someone said.
no, It's 14-3-2012.

Get it right, america. Backwards country.
Infact, it's lunch time 15-3-2012...
I had Coconut Creme! Thanks for asking.
Yeah, there is no 14th month... and it ain't the 3rd of it anyway.. it's 15-3-2012 today :P
Y'all over there in Europe can skip your pi day if you want, but I'm enjoying mine! We've got the pie and you're just jelly. :)
A better Pi day would be in 3 years because it would be 3.1415
I celebrated by realizing how many Rebecca Black jokes you could make about it.
our pie got dropped so we are going to make up pi day tmrrw
Is February 7th, e day?
Happy Pi Day. I shall celebrate by doing homework and thinking about the number pi...
Pi hour was 4pm today. 3.1416.
that is so sad, lamest thing.
We went out and had a Pizza Pi, of course.
3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399319 - that's as far as i can without cheating :)
My wife made Pies for everyone who brought her fruit and a pie pan. She ended up cooking 8 pies, all with the Pi Symbol baked on top of it.
Why did you have to change the +1 button color theme? :/ the original was better...
yaehh I just realize it ~ 6-6-6 (is it devil number???)
3.14.. oh right that's also my birthday. And that's also Albert Einsteins birthday.
Yeah, but only the first three are funny. The fourth one is only about 1/8 as funny, and the rest just aren't funny at all.
Yeah pi day wish I got real pie today
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Will you guys be celebrating Tau day on the 18th of June?
I laughed +kevin Johnson , because this whole thread is about America trying to impose their date format on the rest of the world... the world doesn't revolve around you guys you know.
Well no but u can celebrate my bday on the 19 of June
I celebrated by riding 31.4 miles on my bike, then another .6 miles for good measure.
I thought this thread was about Pi, +Stephen Lord. Where did you get that mess about imposing date formats?
What has riding 51.2km got to do with Pi? ;-)
It's still Pi day in most of the US and I got a cherry pie from the store.
+Stephen Lord , that's right. We don't have fourteen months in the US like you do, so we can't celebrate Pi-Day on the third of that month. We just have to muddle through as best we can.
+Stephen Lord Actually the world does revolve around the United States. Militarily, Economically and Diplomatically. Sorry that we ended up being Britain’s heir.
I had pumpkin PIE!!! oh if you write 3.14 backwards it spells pie
The Daum Equation Editor its the most useful thing ever
Happy birtday to greatest among the greats #AlbertEinstein.......
+Mathias Baumann happy b'day

And happy pie day #googlers
+Elijah Hewer China depends on the US and Europe to buy its goods. Russia’s best export is weapons. The US economy is 25.48% of World GDP. China’s is 8.82%. Russia's is 1.8%
P. Warren Brown. Australia were fighting the Germans in WWI and WWII long before the USA decided to join the allies at the 11th hour. And if the Allies had lost the war, I imagine it would have been a Japanese occupation rather than German in Australia so Australians would be speaking Japanese. The USA did not win the war. The Allied forces did. America may still be a super power but they are a minority in the world when it comes to it's measurement systems and dates. Being big shouldn't mean being a bully.
No... 3.14 backwards is 41.3 JK LOL
Japan was knocked out of the war because of that horrible device called an atomic bomb. Nevertheless, I agree it was a team effort.
+Ron Quartel “when it comes to its measurement systems and dates” the US isn’t being a bully, how pejorative. I agree we should adopt the metric system because it is far superior. But the US isn’t trying to impose the standard system or our date format on the rest of the world.
P Warren Brown was being a bully with his show some respect statement. Not referencing the choice of measurement systems
I've been celebrating by eating yogurt.
I've been celebrating the fact that it's the 15 today..
I was notified of the imminent arrival of my new iPad.
It means the mute hammer is coming down....
Nick CA
Sorry Aussies, but holidays start and end in the U.S.
3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 5820974944 5923078164 0628620899 8628034825 3421170679 8214808651 3282306647 0938446095 5058223172 5359408128 4811174502 8410270193 8521105559 6446229489 5493038196 4428810975 6659334461 2847564823 3786783165 2712019091 4564856692 3460348610 4543266482 1339360726 0249141273 7245870066 0631558817 4881520920 9628292540 9171536436 7892590360 0113305305 4882046652 1384146951 9415116094 3305727036 5759591953 0921861173 8193261179 3105118548 0744623799 6274956735 1885752724 8912279381 8301194912 9833673362 4406566430 8602139494 6395224737 1907021798 6094370277 0539217176 2931767523 8467481846 7669405132 0005681271 4526356082 7785771342 7577896091 7363717872 1468440901 2249534301 4654958537 1050792279 6892589235 4201995611 2129021960 8640344181 5981362977 4771309960 5187072113 4999999837 2978049951 0597317328 1609631859 5024459455 3469083026 4252230825 3344685035 2619311881 7101000313 7838752886 5875332083 8142061717 7669147303 5982534904 2875546873 1159562863 8823537875 9375195778 1857780532 1712268066 1300192787 6611195909 2164201989 3809525720 1065485863 2788659361 5338182796 8230301952 0353018529 6899577362 2599413891 2497217752 8347913151 5574857242 4541506959

(Most accurate value of PI)
what are u doing there?
So does Chrome send your browsing info back to Google, like Droid does?
Celebrating late...but with "Apple Pi" ;)
I dislike the new +1 button and the display colour after clicking '+1'.

I, same as many friends of mine, think that this new version is ugly, and we all WANT THE OLD colourful +1 button back!
Actually, +mark whitehead I think you'll find that the overwhelming majority of the world uses a standard concept that the larger place holder goes to the left of the smaller, so the first digit is the thousands of years, then the hundreds, tens, and single years, followed by the tens of months and single months, then tens of days and single days, and then, if necessary, tens of hours and single hours, followed by tens of minutes and single minutes, and finally tens of seconds and single seconds with decimal divisions of seconds at the far right.

Thus, to most of the world, to-day is 2012.03.15 (or 14, depending on your standardized time zones).

This, of course, doesn't apply to us, more properly capitalized U.S., because Americans do not care to follow the rest of the world but rather insist that the rest of the world follow us, the U.S.

However, anyone who routinely communicates with the rest of the world, especially those in science, transportation, and computers/internet must follow this protocol, and now I see that cell phones use this same convention in labeling photos.
Is that irrational enough for pi day, or should I also give a spiritual explanation and get all transcendental on your @$$?
For those having problem with the date format of 3.14 (14th march) 22/7 (22nd july) is a good option........;)
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Great! Yet another way to get my homework done faster. Speaking of which, I should probably get back to it.
In Europe, pi day is 22/7. That is all.
I brought pie in for the office and sent out an equation for everybody in an email and told them to solve for x: (ln(-1))/i=x

Nobody figured it out...
I love how everyone is thinking of the pastry, instead of the mathematical formula :-)
Well it's easier to swallow..I thought of the greek faternatity
Its intriguing how relationship between a circumf & diameter, which is supposed to be definite can be so infinitely large.pi
Will it be pi day on April 31 for those who write the day before the month? Why not, then we could have two pi days to celebrate.
Today is 15/03/2012 here in Nigeria. Goodmorning google pals
oh,,i missed it..what i knew about 3.14 was that it was the white valentine's day
sick, disgusting !!, to much STUPID talks, worthless !!!
awsome!! great ! wat an invention!!!!!!!!!!
FFS yet another outlet for indians and pakis to beg for women. Damnit and I really was hoping this would turn out to be a success...
^ wish him/her, on behalf of me.....
Actually, it's 4/13. 
Correction its saint louis day 3/14 (314)
In the USA, we are privilaged to celebrate Pi more often than other people within our two weeks of vacation.
It is only Pi Day in America. In Australia yesterday was 14.3, not 3.14.
Yeah, only North-Americans use an unsorted date system, with no logic whatsoever. What's the point!?
Just to be different, will Americans start counting as "1... 2... 5... 4... 3... 7... 6... 9... 8... 10"?
Oh... and this new red button sucks big time, Google. :-/
As regards the date format, there is no right or wrong way. They are simply different. I do get a bit miffed when some Americans assume that everyone else uses the same system, hence my earlier comment about March 14 only being Pi Day in America.
Out of curiosity, what's 22.7 got to do with the topic?

Well, the Ides of March have now past in this part of the world, so Happy 16/3 everyone, and goodnight!
22/7 is an older calculation of Pi as a fraction, however, since Pi is an irrational constant, there is no accurate fraction, and thus 22/7 is incorrect.
We had the pi day games! Yay..... not really. LOL!
Chrome simply sucks ICS stock rocks!
Yet another reason to love Big G: the only mainstream company in the world that celebrates its geekness. Math is cool...
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