Today, 3/3/09, is rare holiday: It's Square Root Day, a celebration that happens only nine times every century. Ron Gordon, a Redwood City (California) teacher, describes the holiday as a "calendar comet."
"You wait and wait and wait for them, then they brighten up your day—and poof—they're gone," Gordon told the Associated Press.
Mathlete or not, better enjoy Square Root day while it lasts. The next observance is not until 4/4/16.
Here at the AWSP office, we're gearing up for Pi Day, 3/14...