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**There's more after 3?????**

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ps - 3.14159

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I never really bothered past 3.14; it's accurate enough for my needs.

***evil***

... seriously, I'm not joking. you'd be amazed at the trivialities with which I fill my procrastination-filled days. In fact, I'm supposed to be doing something as we speak! muahahahaha!***pure evil***

Just for that, I shall return to this very thread on May 22, 2011 and reply. ... and don't think I'm joking. muahahaha

... seriously, I'm not joking. you'd be amazed at the trivialities with which I fill my procrastination-filled days. In fact, I'm supposed to be doing something as we speak! muahahahaha!

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https://www.amazon.com/dp/0802775624/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20 includes one million digits of pi

But in case you need just a few, here are the first ten thousand digits: - http://www.joyofpi.com/pi.html -

and you're in good company - http://www.joyofpi.com/pilinks.html

I had a friend in high school who memorized [itex]\sqrt{2}[/itex] to 200+ decimal places, because*e* and pi were to mundane. He used to come up to me at my locker and start reciting. :rofl: We still keep in contact after 35 years.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/0691058547/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20

But in case you need just a few, here are the first ten thousand digits: - http://www.joyofpi.com/pi.html -

and you're in good company - http://www.joyofpi.com/pilinks.html

I had a friend in high school who memorized [itex]\sqrt{2}[/itex] to 200+ decimal places, because

https://www.amazon.com/dp/0691058547/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20

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I'm another 2 person -- there's too much other things to be doing to go any further :tongue:

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I have remembered so many digits of pi that I can't recall the exact count.

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I can remember all the digits but not necessarily in the correct order.

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since my ast post i have memorized more digits, the last time i posted i told you i can remember up to 32 digits. I can now receit the first 50.

3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510

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I just say [itex]\pi[/itex]. No worries about precision

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I just carry with me a gigantic wheel and a ruler at all times.

... this thread should be re-named "the official pi lame-joke-O-rama thread" :rofl:

... this thread should be re-named "the official pi lame-joke-O-rama thread" :rofl:

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MY joke, Kurdt. That's MY joke!:grumpy:I can remember all the digits but not necessarily in the correct order.

In 10th grade I had a 12 digit calculator (1980's HP, the "sideways" kind). If you multiplied pi x 1000, then subtracted 3141, you got an extra 3 digits, for a total of 15 digits. I never bothered to memorize any more than that:

3.14159265358979

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Thats what happens when ancient threads are resurrected. I can't be expected to read all posts :tongue:MY joke, Kurdt. That's MY joke!:grumpy:

Anyway it was a rather awful rip off of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQNYUJIW4sw".

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and he's still reciting?I had a friend in high school who memorized [itex]\sqrt{2}[/itex] to 200+ decimal places, becauseeand pi were to mundane. He used to come up to me at my locker and start reciting. :rofl: We still keep in contact after 35 years.

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At last count, I remember somewhere around 200 digits of pi.

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It has a three in it, right?

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hahahaha :rofl::rofl:and he's still reciting?

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I decided to remember a few this weekend just for kicks...I have 3.141592653589793238.

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Ha! I knew it!I decided to remember a few this weekend just for kicks...I have 3.141592653589793238.

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Yes - he still does it, but he's not quite so serious about it.and he's still reciting?

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