Students in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Geometry celebrated Pi Day on Tuesday. Pi Day was founded by Physicist Larry Shaw in 1988, celebrating the irrational number (3.141592) that goes on forever. Besides eating pie, students drew their best circle on the board, watched videos about pi, and took a pi trivia quiz.
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Twelve young men from IMS, accompanied by math instructor Lynn Yoder, attended the annual High Tech Guys Day at Kirkwood College in Cedar Rapids on Friday, Sept. 30. The all-day event targets young men from grades 8-12 who are interested in exploring business and information technology careers. Students take part in interactive workshops and presentations […]
Pi Day is March 14th because pi = 3.14 and goes on forever without repeating. In several math classes, students celebrated Pi Day with songs, trivia facts, videos of the history of pi, various contests, and eating pie, of course.
The 19 students of the IMS Math Club provided a sweet treat for the entire school today. They brought and served pie over the lunch hour to celebrate Pi Day (3/14). Thank you to all the pie bakers!