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Missouri S&T students: Recite and win a Raspberry Pi

The Missouri S&T marketing and communications office is putting together a video in honor of Pi Day (March 14) and needs your help. Interested participants should brush up on their memorization of the digits of pi and come up to the Havener Center's Turner Room between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 26. The Missouri S&T student who can recite the most digits of pi will receive a Raspberry Pi, provided by the Missouri S&T Bookstore. Other prizes include gift certificates donated by A Slice of Pie.

Please note that contestants should be current students at Missouri S&T and be able to recite a minimum of 20 consecutive digits of pi. Click here to register for the event. To see the first million digits of pi, visit http://www.piday.org/million/.

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