! That's right ladies and gentleman, today only, enter the last 5 digits
of pi for completely free magnets, free shipping included. If you care
enough to find them .... mwWUAAHHAHA
Each year, mathematicians everywhere recognize March 14th as a sacred holiday - Pi Day. 3.14 is the day to celebrate the ratio of a circle's circumference to it's diameter by eating various round foods, usually a finite number of actual pies. 🍕
While we revel in the beauty of this irrational number (π), consider how much less fun rare earth magnets would be if they weren't infinitely sided spheres, but would only connect in pre-defined angles
. As you might have guessed, we're a fan of round things.
Did you know ancient Babylonians
once thought pi was equal to 3? And in 1897, Indiana
nearly legally defined Pi as 3.2? Today, humanity has calculated 31.4
digits of pi, even though you need 39 digits
to calculate the circumference of the known universe with an error no greater than an atom.
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