### my poem for Pi Day, March 14, 2018

name

*Circumference*;

my poem for

*Pi*Day, March 14, 2018
Math's invention supreme

Wheelbarrow came first up

Take a ride, haul some rocks

Perfect roundness in need

Outer point from the hub

Always same;

*radius*
Ribbon around the edge

Length to be determined

Always is 2

*Pi*r*Circumference*

Formula 2 π r

(Two times

*Pi*, symbol π,
times

*radius*, simple)
With its loved improvements

We will give thanks to

Math

*Pi*Math

*Constant, 3.14...*
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Photos and Pi Poem Copyright,

**©**Jimmiehov 2018, All Rights Reserved

I'm linked with Sanaa Rizvi at the "Imaginary Garden with Real Toads, The Tuesday Platform" at http://withrealtoads.blogspot.com/2018/03/the-tuesday-platform_13.html?m=1

Note:

- This is my annual

*Pi*Day Poem. Some are fun, some are okay, some, well ... You can read some more by clicking the "Pi Day" link below (or Here).

- "

*The circumference of a circle is found with the*(provided by Googling pi -- Link)

**formula**C= π*d = 2*π*r. Thus**pi**equals a circle's circumference divided by its diameter. Plug your numbers into a calculator: the result should be roughly 3.14."- When I was in the military (U.S. Army, five years, all but eight weeks at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas) I rode a Vespa motor scooter purchased new from Sears Roebuck for work and play, as our second car. It had climbed small mountains, ridden more than several trips to Old Mexico, and took me to work every day when weather permitted, which were most days. It finally died in New Hampshire when I was working as an Aerospace Engineer for Philco Corporation, later to become Ford (Motor) Aerospace Corporation.

Labels: A Tribute, Humor(?), Pi Day, Poem, Tuesday Platform

## 7 Comments:

A math poem my god!!💖 This is awesome!!😃

Pie and pi... now, that's a dance.

Pie, pizza and pirogi have a lot in common actually...

I'd rather eat pie than do the math. :)

I'm sure I should be grateful to Pi, because I trust those who tell me so. And I am grateful that other people understand maths, which seems to be important to the world. And I was grateful to understand this poem – as far as the chariot anyway.

Love the dance of words between pi and pie. I think pie is prettier than pi though....I would rather dance with pie. :-))

Well hmm... I think poetry should not be combined with math :) (I HATE math - my son brought home fractions today and I said "Wait until your Dad comes home :)

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