
Post by butterflywings on Mar 12, 2014 11:51:51 GMT 5
Pi. Even thinking about it makes me hungry! There is a longstanding tradition (for math nerds like me) to celebrate Pi day by memorizing the value of Pi (prize to the winner of the most digits!), eating pie (pizza or dessert), and writing. PI DayThis year's Pi day challenge? Use your basic math skills to choose your goal! Take your lowest day's total (ignore all those days you wrote less than 1) and multiply it by Pi (3.14). Example: If your lowest day is 269 multiply this by Pi. Then round your answer to the nearest whole number so you don't need to stop in the middle of a word 269 * Pi = your new Pi Day Goal of 845. (If you really hate math, enter any goal!) You now have twentyfour hours on 3.14 (March 14th) to complete your Pie Day Goal. Finished? Have a warm piece of Apple pie. Or maybe some strawberry rhubarb. Or order that Pizza you've been craving. Goal & Pie of choice: 00,000 / 00,845  butterflywings  Chocolate Pie



Post by teamquavers on Mar 14, 2014 1:20:29 GMT 5
Goal & Pie of choice: 00,000 / 00,845  butterflywings  Chocolate Pie 00,000 / 01,058  teamquavers  ?
I won't be able to start until evening, and I'll be coming off of a 9hour bus ride. I hope I'm in the mood to write after that.



Post by butterflywings on Mar 14, 2014 23:52:46 GMT 5
Pi. Even thinking about it makes me hungry! There is a longstanding tradition (for math nerds like me) to celebrate Pi day by memorizing the value of Pi (prize to the winner of the most digits!), eating pie (pizza or dessert), and writing. PI DayThis year's Pi day challenge? Use your basic math skills to choose your goal! Take your lowest day's total (ignore all those days you wrote less than 1) and multiply it by Pi (3.14). Example: If your lowest day is 269 multiply this by Pi. Then round your answer to the nearest whole number so you don't need to stop in the middle of a word 269 * Pi = your new Pi Day Goal of 845. (If you really hate math, enter any goal!) You now have twentyfour hours on 3.14 (March 14th) to complete your Pie Day Goal. Finished? Have a warm piece of Apple pie. Or maybe some strawberry rhubarb. Or order that Pizza you've been craving. Goal & Pie of choice: 01,247 / 00,845  butterflywings  Chocolate Pie 00,000 / 01,058  teamquavers  ?  Ended up with Pizza and Lemon Meringue pie. Yum.



Post by teamquavers on Mar 15, 2014 1:55:14 GMT 5
Pi. Even thinking about it makes me hungry! There is a longstanding tradition (for math nerds like me) to celebrate Pi day by memorizing the value of Pi (prize to the winner of the most digits!), eating pie (pizza or dessert), and writing. PI DayThis year's Pi day challenge? Use your basic math skills to choose your goal! Take your lowest day's total (ignore all those days you wrote less than 1) and multiply it by Pi (3.14). Example: If your lowest day is 269 multiply this by Pi. Then round your answer to the nearest whole number so you don't need to stop in the middle of a word 269 * Pi = your new Pi Day Goal of 845. (If you really hate math, enter any goal!) You now have twentyfour hours on 3.14 (March 14th) to complete your Pie Day Goal. Finished? Have a warm piece of Apple pie. Or maybe some strawberry rhubarb. Or order that Pizza you've been craving. Goal & Pie of choice: 01,247 / 00,845  butterflywings  Chocolate Pie 01,070 / 01,058  teamquavers  ?  I made it, with ten minutes to spare! However, I have no pie on hand to celebrate with



Post by butterflywings on Mar 15, 2014 12:49:34 GMT 5
Great job! I planned ahead this year. Last year I tried to find somewhere with fresh pie. Didn't happen. I ate ice cream instead

