Celebrate Pi Day (March 14) with Photomath

Pi Day is coming up on March 14 (or 3.14), a day honouring one of the most famous numbers in mathematics, and celebrated worldwide by eating pies and pizzas.

Math can often be an emotional journey accompanied by feelings of frustration or anxiety. In fact, 44% of Canadian parents say their child faces ongoing struggles with the subject. But it doesn’t have to be!

Photomath, the world’s most used math learning app, is here to help by encouraging learners to embrace the ups, downs, setbacks and wins of learning as all part of the journey and Pi Day is a great reminder to bring fun into learning. With over 330 million downloads worldwide, Photomath has supported hundreds of millions of math learners.

Through best-in-class AI technology, Photomath provides step-by-step explanations, so students can learn and understand the “how” and “why,” rather than just getting the solution, all by taking a photo with any Smartphone device. The app is free to download and offers solutions for almost any kind of problem.

What is Pi and why is it significant?

– Pi (兀) is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter

– Pi is the most studied number in mathematics

– A circle is a little more than 3x its width around (3.14) and because Pi is a constant number, it will be the same for any circle of any size

– Pi is a never ending number and will go on forever

– Albert Einstein was born this day, March 14, 1879

James Chung

Vancouver Lifestyle, Cool Tech & Travel Adventure. Email: james@hellovancity.com

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