The only day of the year that I’m even remotely interested in backwards counter-intuitive date counting such as what the American do. 14/3 is of course Ï€ day.

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  1. Oh good, an opportunity to be silly by numbers!
    Since a year is a cycle, it should be divisible by π, and its radius calculated.

    So, if we correlate 365 days to 360 degrees, 365/2/Ï€ = 58.09 days, which puts the radius at about February 12. Double that to find the diameter of the year: April 17.

    Care to represent that graphically? Jan 1 and April 17 should be opposite points on a circle. Erm.

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