Pi Without Circles?

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Thursday, March 14th | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. | Main Meeting Room |

Pi is famously defined by the circle, but sometimes occurs in situations where the connection to circles is a mystery. In this talk, OSU Math Fanatic Sarah Hagan will explore some of the most surprising
occurrences of pi in mathematics and physics and touch on whether there must always be a circle ‘hiding in the background’ when we see pi show up in an equation.

No math background required!
Circular refreshments will be served