Im not going to lie to you. Doing research for this article was excruciating. There were songs, people, songs dedicated to Pi. With videos. Im not talking about ultra-charged, excellent music with intriguing videos. Oh, no. Im talking about amateur rewrites of already terrible songs, rewritten so that they may awkwardly rhyme common math terms. Its enough to make even a math enthusiast like me hang up my protractor. Perhaps Im being harsh considering I dont know the age of the people who made those videos. All I know is that they did the opposite of what reading ahead in my Pre-Calculus text book did for me, which was excite me exponentially. Pun intended.
Pi Day, held on March 14th (as in 3.14, the abbreviated number that represents Pi) is supposed to be about celebrating Mathematics, about