__What is PI ?__

Pi means "Greek letter or Ratio of circle's diameter to its circumference" and is denoted by π ,the value being 3.14.Archimedes named the "number eventually to be known as pi" the Archimedes Constant.

__What is Pi- Day ?__

Pi Day is a holiday commemorating the mathematical constant π (pi). Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 (of the date's representation as 3/14 in month/day date format or 3/14 in month/day date format), since 3, 1 and 4 are the three most significant digits of π in the decimal form.

__What is Pi-ku Haiku ?__

Pi-ku Haiku:

- First line: 3 syllables
- Second line: 1 syllable
- Third line: 4 syllables

__Pi-ku Haiku 1__

**Maths 'Circles'**

**March**

**Beauty of Pi**

__Pi-ku Haiku-2__

**Hot Number**

**Pi**

**Omnipresent**

The true beauty of pi lies in its flexibility.Most of you would have seen the Movie or Read Dan's Brown s "The Da Vinci code".There you can see how beautifully Pi is taken into next level comparing its beauty and relationships with human forms and nature.

It shows up in equations relating to DNA double helix descriptions, harmonic motion theory, superstrings, Einstein's gravitational field equation, you name it.Thats the " beauty of PI "

Your Presence

Leaves

Long Impression

Tears or Smiles

Marks

The Needy Heart

__Pi-ku Haiku -3__Your Presence

Leaves

Long Impression

__Pi-ku Haiku -4__Tears or Smiles

Marks

The Needy Heart

Excellent well done my friend.

ReplyDeleteMelanie

You have a wonderful selection of Pi-Ku. This is fun. I tweeted mine and put them in the OSI comments.

ReplyDeleteLove them all! So perfect.

ReplyDeleteI thought they were fantastic.

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Your pi-ku's were terrific. Lovely writing.

ReplyDeleteI enjoyed your pi-ku and your reference to Dan Brown's book reminded me of the connection thanks for a great post!

ReplyDeleteWow! You were really baking some pi in your poetry 'oven', weren't you? ☼

ReplyDeleteWell done!

Another new form of poetry for me to try out! I love your pi-ku! How about:

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Sweet

Pieces of pi(e)

oh these are lovely!

ReplyDeleteat my daughters school, they celebrate PI day by have many different varieties of pie to eat! something fun while learning.

thank you for your visit and comment

I most especially like that last one. Well done!

ReplyDeleteWow, I was aware of such a day until today...Here, there is no such day as PI day... :(

ReplyDeleteI love the Haiku 3 and 4... and yes, I am now on the perpetual mind to check out the beauty of PI...

I was totally ignorant of P Pi Day. Thanks for informing me. Like to know these things!

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