Pizza Hut will be celebrating “National Pi Day” on March 14 by offering fans a chance to win free pizza for 3.14 years. And all you have to do to win is answer one of three math questions – but there’s a twist.
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Here’s the deal. Pizza Hut has partnered with famed Princeton mathematics professor John H. Conway to develop three math problems ranging in difficulty from high school to PhD level.
On March 14, at precisely 8 a.m., ET, Pizza Hut will release all three math problems online at the Hut Life blog.
Pizza Hut is inviting math experts and fans alike to take the challenge. In order to have a chance to win, you have to post all answers within the blog comments section. The first person to submit the correct answer to any one of the three math problems will have a chance to win free pizza for 3.14 years. Only one prize per-person will be awarded.
The chain says 3.14 years of free pizza prize is worth about $1,600 in gift cards.
The challenge begins 8 a.m. ET and ends 11:59 p.m. ET on March 14, 2016.
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