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March 14 is Pi Day. That's because pi, the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle, starts with the digits 3.14159. So, March 14, at 1:59 p.m. (or a.m. if you're up) is the appropriate day and minute to celebrate pi. We should pay special attention to Pi Day in Indiana, because Indiana has a special place in the history of pi. Back in 1897, Dr. Edwin J. Goodwin, a physician from Solitude in Posey County, thought he had solved some enduring mathematical mysteries. The good doctor had his solutions copyrighted in the United States and in seven countries in Europe.
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