Yes, Pi Day (March 14), that day of mathematical trivia and pie-eating, is almost here again.

As is the custom on this site, we present below a crossword puzzle constructed on a theme of mathematics, computing and the digits of pi. Enjoy!

This puzzle has been constructed in conformance with *New York Times* crossword puzzle standards. In terms of overall difficulty, my mathematician daughter and my genealogist spouse agreed that it would likely rate as a Tuesday (the *New York Times* grades its puzzles, with Monday puzzles being the easiest and Saturday puzzles being the most challenging).

As was the custom with past years’ puzzles here, a pi-themed prize will be rewarded to the first two persons who submit correctly completed puzzles (US only; past recipients are eligible). This year’s choices are: a Digits of pi coffee mug, a Pi Day T-shirt, or a Pi Bracelet.

As of this date (2 Mar 2024), correct solutions have been submitted by Neil Calkin, Michael Coons, Gerard Joseph, Ross Blocher and Morgan Marshall. If you wish to be credited here as a solver of the puzzle, please send the author an email (see DHB site for email).

If you wish to print the puzzle, the PNG file is available HERE.