Pi approximation day

  1. BobG

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    It's a happy day :biggrin: Today is pi approximation day.

    The date, written in day/month format, is 22/7.

    I doubt the celebration will be quite as extravagant as the pi day of 1592 - March 14, 1592 at 6:53:58 (3/14/1592 6:53:58) touched off one the great celebrations in man's history. I think everyone drank so much that they even forgot they had celebrated in the first place. :biggrin:
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  3. russ_watters

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    Gee, I thought this thread would be one where everyone posts the next digit. For example....

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  5. russ_watters

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  6. FredGarvin

    FredGarvin 5,087
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  7. I better participate while the answer is still in the OP. :biggrin:

  8. russ_watters

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    3.14159... [hehe - I'm evil :devil: ]
  9. brewnog

    brewnog 2,792
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    Russ, what HAVE you done?!
  10. 3.1415926...
  11. He created something that will outlive the threadkiller thread! :devil:

  12. Ivan Seeking

    Ivan Seeking 12,529
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    c/d :tongue:
  13. jma2001

    jma2001 89
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    How about when it was 1:23:45 on 6-7-89? Yes, that actually made the newspaper in my town, and IIRC, it might even have been on the television newscasts that evening.

    ... only then it didn't seem so special the following year when it was 12:34:56 on 7-8-90. :rolleyes:
  14. 3.14159265...

    Adding fuel to the fire :biggrin:. I can't possibly live with myself if I didn't post here :tongue2:.
  15. 3.141592653...
  16. 3.1415926535...
  17. Math Is Hard

    Math Is Hard 4,915
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    must.. resist...
  18. Resistance is futile.
  19. [itex]\pi[/itex]

    Yeah! I finished it.
  20. Should I make Pie tonight in honor of Pi?
  21. Math Is Hard

    Math Is Hard 4,915
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    no, you should make approximate pie
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