Fun Facts About Pi in the Philippines
Here are some fun Pi related trivia in the Philippines

The Filipino mathematician Rafael M. Santos discovered a new formula for pi in 1992, which was later called the "Santos pi formula". This formula allows for the calculation of any digit of pi without having to calculate the preceding digits.

In the Philippines, there is a street called "Pi Street" in the town of General Santos. The street was named in honor of the mathematical constant pi, and it even features a large pi symbol on a street sign.

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) in the Philippines holds an annual "Pi Day" celebration on March 14th, which includes a math quiz bee, a pi memorization contest, and other activities.

In 2015, a group of Filipino students from the University of the Philippines Diliman set a new Guinness World Record for the largest human pi symbol. The record was set with 2,530 participants forming the symbol on a football field.

FilipinoAmerican mathematician Dr. Eduardo C. Sison is known for his work on the approximation of pi and other mathematical constants. He has published several papers on the topic and is a member of the Mathematical Association of America.

The National Museum of the Philippines has a "Pi Exhibit" which features various mathematical and scientific displays related to pi.

The Philippines has produced several prominent mathematicians, including Dr. Jose Rizal, who was also a national hero and writer.

In 2014, the DOST released a free mobile app called "MathDali" which includes a pi calculator and other mathematical tools.

The University of the Philippines Diliman has a statue of a globe with pi written on it, which is a popular spot for photos.

The Pi Sigma Pi Mathematics Society is a student organization in the Philippines that promotes interest and excellence in mathematics.

The International School Manila holds an annual "Pi Day Run" to raise funds for various charitable causes.

In 2019, a team of Filipino high school students won a silver medal at the International Mathematics Competition held in Hong Kong.

In the Philippines, pi is sometimes referred to as "piso" which is also the word for the Philippine peso currency.

In 2013, the DOST partnered with the Mathematical Association of America to host the Philippine Mathematical Olympiad.

The Ateneo de Manila University has a "Pi Hour" event every year where students and faculty gather to celebrate pi.

FilipinoAmerican mathematician Dr. James Simons is a renowned mathematician and philanthropist who has made significant contributions to the study of pi and other mathematical concepts.

The University of Santo Tomas in Manila offers several degree programs in mathematics, including a bachelor's degree in mathematics with a specialization in actuarial science.

The National Academy of Science and Technology in the Philippines is a prestigious organization that includes several renowned mathematicians as members.

The Philippine Mathematical Society is a professional organization for mathematicians in the Philippines that promotes research, education, and public awareness of mathematics.

The Polytechnic University of the Philippines offers a master's degree in mathematics education for students who wish to pursue careers as math teachers.