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When big government tried to change the value of pi to 3.2

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March 14 is known as international Pi Day (3/14), which honors the mathematical ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. Most people will remember from school that pi is roughly 3.14 (nerds might remember it as 3.141592653589, plus many more digits). But did you know that big government lawmakers once tried to change the value of pi to 3.2? What's infamously known as the "Indiana pi...

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