See, you really can use math out of school.
Celebrate Pi, a mathematical constant — originally defined as the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter — that is used in many formulas in all areas of mathematics and physics.
Pi is an irrational number, meaning that it cannot be expressed as a common fraction and that the decimal representation never ends and never settles into a permanent repeating pattern. The first three digits, 3.14, correspond with the calendar date of March 14, hence Wednesday is Pi Day 2018!
What this means to you? Discounted stuff!
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Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza has any build-your-own pie for $3.14. Locally at 275 Park Terrace Drive in the Harbison area, and 471-1 Towne Center Place at Village at Sandhills, www.blazepizza.com
Bojangles offers three sweet potato pies for $3.14.
Villa Italian Kitchen has a coupon at VillaItalianKitchen.com/PiDay that will let you purchase a whole cheese Neapolitan pie for $3.14. Locally, Villa Italian is at 100 Columbiana Circle, Suite 1260
Whole Foods offers $3.14 off any large bakery pie or large Take & Bake pizza.
A quick call to local eateries found:
Kaminsky’s will have their two signature pies, the Bourbon Pecan and Toll House, for $3.15 a slice between 5-8 p.m., while supplies last. 930 Gervais St., www.kaminskys.com
EdVenture Children’s Museum holds a Pi Day celebration for children 9 a.m.-5 p.m. with a program focused on math games and activities, and storytelling. 211 Gervais St., edventure.org