Thousands of students around the world celebrate Pi Day today, but local math students in Singapore can only dream of being part of this annual mathematical event. Singapore math students, teachers, and parents don’t (and can’t) celebrate Pi Day, as long as they officially follow the British style of writing their dates (DD/MM/YY).
What makes matters worse is that this year, Pi Day falls on the first day of the one-week school break, which makes it almost impossible for hardcore math teachers, who want to buck the calendrical trend, to get their students excited about the properties and beauties of the number Pi.
Until Singapore switches to the American style of writing dates (MM/DD/YY), which may not happen, at least during my lifetime, however, this shouldn’t prevent us from evangelizing the gospel of Pi among the local student population.
Here are seven e-gifts of the holy Pi, which I started musing about 314 minutes ago on this Pi Day.
Pi Day vs. Abacus Day
A 14-Month Year for Singapore ONLY!
Where Are You in Pi?
The Numerology (or Pseudoscience) of Pi
In Remembrace of the Late Singapore PM
Biblical Pi vs. Mathematical Pi
Happy Pi Day!
© Yan Kow Cheong, March 14, 2016.
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