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Today is National Pi Day and Yuma Proving Ground celebrates it in a delicious way

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - Thursday is National Pi Day and Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) celebrated it deliciously.

March 14th marks the annual celebration of the mathematical constant "3.14."

YPG celebrated by hosting a potluck with all kinds of pies including apple crumble, custard, and blueberry-lime.

It all adds up as YPG is a premiere scientific workplace where the mathematical constant is vital from testing weapons to forecasting weather.

"We have a lot of scientists and engineers, people with technical backgrounds where pi shows up a lot for them, and it's just a really fun way to get people out of the office and away from their desks," said Austin Rudolph, Operations Research /Systems Analysis of the Planes Division at YPG.

Take advantage of this holiday and enjoy your favorite piece of pie today.

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