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Pi Day celebrations highlight the infinite possibilities math and science bring students |

Raytheon delivers pies to Boys & Girls Clubs across the country to spotlight the importance of STEM education
Pi dates back some 4,000 years, and it is commonly used to calculate the area of a circle. The number represents the ratio of the distance around a circle (circumference) to the distance across its center (diameter). Pi begins with 3.14 and goes on infinitely. To print out a billion decimal values in 12-point font would require a piece of paper long enough to stretch from This year the chance to celebrate is truly once in a lifetime – with a sequential time occurring on - Share our MathMovesU Pi Day quiz, fact sheet, infographic and video. It is all here in our Pi Day toolkit
- Bake a pie with the student in your life – a great example of fractions at work – and deliver it to a science, technology, engineering or math teacher to say "thank you"
- Tweet or post a photo with #mathmovesu and #piday of your favorite math or Pi t-shirt– or take time to make one
- Wish someone a "Happy Pi Day" with our Pi Day eCards
Share your pictures and stories with Raytheon MathMovesU on Instagram, Twitter or
^{®} program is an initiative committed to increasing middle and elementary school students' interest in math and science education by engaging them in hands-on, interactive activities. The innovative programs of MathMovesU include the traveling interactive experience MathAlive!^{®}; Sum of all Thrills™ experience at INNOVENTIONS at Epcot, which showcases math in action as students design and experience their own thrill ride using math fundamentals; the "In the Numbers" game, a partnership with the ^{®}^{®}
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