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Do you like staring at photos of pie? And thinking about math equations? OK, even if you said no to the second one, we need you. It's time to vote for the best entry in our 2010 Pi Day Pie Bake-Off we co-sponsored with the good, equally pie-obsessed folks of ScienceBlogs. You've probably noticed all the pie action over on Photograzing. We've narrowed it down to our ten favorites and you're taking the wheel from here.

Voting ends at midnight EST on Thursday, March 18. The winner will receive $314.16 (rounded up from 15.93ยข, of course), and be announced on Friday. Since it's going to be such a tough choice, the judges are also picking three runners-up, who will all receive "Simple as 3.141592" t-shirts from mental_floss.

Let the voting begin!

See all ten finalists on ScienceBlogs.

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Pamela Ronald's Swiss Chard-Gruyere Pie

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Annie Wang's Archi-meaty Lamb Pie

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Claudette's One-Hundred-Digit Berry Pie

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Brownie's R-Squared (Raspberry Rhubarb) Pie

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Stephanie Patterson's Blueberry Cherry Pi Pie

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Donna Currie's Pie to Seven Decimal Places: 3.1415926

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Veronica Vadakan's Avocado's Number pie

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Team Kellon's Method of Exhaustion Chocolate Pi(e)

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Aimee Schiwal's Area 51 pie

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Joanna Pool's Irrationally Good Chocolate and Basil Pie

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