Re-posted for obvious reasons. Happy 142nd Birthday, Dr. Einstein ~ TMC π (Pi), how could we live without it. So let’s celebrate π on it’s day 3.14, which now celebrated around the world. As you remember from grammar school math, π is the mathematical constant consisting of the main numbers 3, 1 and 4. According …

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Mar 14 2020

## Happy π Day

Re-posted for obvious reasons. Happy 141st Birthday, Dr. Einstein ~ TMC π (Pi), how could we live without it. So let’s celebrate π on it’s day 3.14. As you remember from grammar school math, π is the mathematical constant consisting of the main numbers 3, 1 and 4. According to the Wikipedia of π, “it …

Mar 14 2019

## Happy π Day

Re-posted for obvious reasons ~ TMC π (Pi), how could we live without it. So let’s celebrate π on it’s day 3.14. As you remember from grammar school math, π is the mathematical constant consisting of the main numbers 3, 1 and 4. According to the Wikipedia of π, “it is the the ratio of …

Jul 19 2012

## My Little Town 20120718: Mathematics Made Hard and Easy

Those of you that read this regular series know that I am from Hackett, Arkansas, just a mile or so from the Oklahoma border, and just about 10 miles south of the Arkansas River. It was a rural sort of place that did not particularly appreciate education, and just zoom onto my previous posts to understand a bit about it.

When I was in school I had the good fortune to have a great many excellent teachers. I even keep up with some of my high school teachers, and I was graduated in 1973. Sr. Cabrini correspond on Facebook, and Sr. Pierre calls me from time to time. They were both excellent and I glad to call them my friends.

On the other hand, I have had some really horrible ones. One who has to be near the top of the list was Bill Holder, a mathematics teacher that I had at Westark Community College in Fort Smith. That is now part of the University of Arkansas system, The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.

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