**bold digits**are the first 30 numbers, in chronological order, of pi. Enjoy this instructable more for the entertainment purposes rather than the practicality of what we are creating.

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## Step 1: Materials

**(3 point)**s before we begin: The name of our Pi Pie comes from the name of the man who proposed the use of the greek symbol for pi as a representation of the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Secondly, this pie is much more pi related than pie related. That leads to our third point-

*please DON'T actually attempt to make William Jones' Pi Pie because its probably dangerous*, so enjoy this instructable for its mathematical goodness rather than its baked goodness.

On that note, it is time to gather your materials:

**(1)**Pie tin

**(4)**Tablespoons of sugar

**(1)**Pre-made pie crust

**(5)**Oreos

**(9)**Slices/pieces of a certain fruit (we used apple slices)

**(2)**Graphing calculators

**(6)**Drops of math extract (purchased from our local office store)

**(5)**Pencils

**(3)**Protractors

**(5)**Tablespoons of butter