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Pi! (21st Jan 08 at 5:58pm UTC)
how many digits of Pi have you memorized?

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Re: Pi! (21st Jan 08 at 6:01pm UTC)
3.145926

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Re: Pi! (21st Jan 08 at 6:11pm UTC)
3.14159265 is all I remember now. Last year, I was the organizer for our school's pi day event, and so had about forty of them memorized, just from all the promotional stuff I organized. xD

"You better lose yourself in the digits of pi it's a high one...."

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Re: Pi! (21st Jan 08 at 6:21pm UTC)
3.14

I win {Tongue Out}

At one time, I did have about 10 pages of Pi printed off the computer, but I think I gave them to my teacher one year, or something {Tongue Out}

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Re: Pi! (21st Jan 08 at 6:40pm UTC)
On pi day in school when I was young (March 14th 3.14) we had contests and one was who could remember the most. I only memorized like 80, but no joke, the winner in our school memorized 400-500 digits. Can't remember which. He memorized every night for like 3 months.

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Re: Pi! (21st Jan 08 at 6:57pm UTC)
I press the 'PI' button on my calculator.
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Re: Pi! (21st Jan 08 at 7:15pm UTC)
3.141592654

Working on up to a thousand...

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Re: Pi! (22nd Jan 08 at 4:26am UTC)
 
3.14


Hah, same here.

I only know 3.14.

I don't need to know anymore, my calculator does it for me, and I haven't entered any advanced math classes yet that require me to memorize further digits than those in the hundredths position.

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Re: Pi! (22nd Jan 08 at 9:43am UTC)
 
 
3.14


Hah, same here.

I only know 3.14.

I don't need to know anymore, my calculator does it for me, and I haven't entered any advanced math classes yet that require me to memorize further digits than those in the hundredths position.


Agreed. Personally i don't see the point in knowing it further than 3.14.
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Re: Pi! (22nd Jan 08 at 11:24am UTC)
Theres more to pie than 3. ? {Shocked} No one told me! XD Uhh I only know 3.14...

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Re: Pi! (22nd Jan 08 at 6:06pm UTC)
I only know 3.14 but why know more anyways? {Unsure}


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Re: Pi! (22nd Jan 08 at 8:40pm UTC)
It's useful when I use my iPod touch's calculator in physics, which doesn't have a pi button.

Helps me get closer to accurate.

Of course, I could derive it from the limit that someone (wasn't it Euler?) came up with...

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Re: Pi! (22nd Jan 08 at 9:22pm UTC)
Has anyone tried to do anything just to do it... >,>

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Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

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Re: Pi! (23rd Jan 08 at 2:12am UTC)
 

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

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Fail. You forgot Pluto.

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Re: Pi! (25th Jan 08 at 1:00am UTC)
 
 

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

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Fail. You forgot Pluto.

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