National Pi Day: Scott Sabol explains what Pi is – to the 70th decimal point

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CLEVELAND - Pi, the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, is celebrated March 14 because Pi, the number, begins with 3.14. The day is often observed by eating pies.

But if you watched Fox 8 News this morning, you learned a whole lot more about Pi than just pie.

That's because meteorologist Scott Sabol is the station's official Pi aficionado. We let Stefani Schaefer and Todd Meany be the pie aficionados.

Scott can recite Pi to 70 decimal points. Stefani and Todd can eat pie.

Watch all the fun in the video, above.

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