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Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Meh, I still prefer the old version. #27 20061008 05:39:50
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Hey, there's another way to memorize the first like, 10 decimal places. First, memorize this: Linux FTW #28 20061008 18:03:43
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!But π, more accurately has 5 as its 10th decimal place. #29 20061013 04:43:47
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!http://people.bath.ac.uk/mss20/memory.htm #30 20061014 13:08:41
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!simron left out the 4th digit in the decimal portion of pi, a 5, in post #27, but it's just a typo. igloo myrtilles fourmis #31 20080409 10:14:47
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!If you can't get to the million digits, try index314.html at the end. Linux FTW #32 20080409 13:10:09
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Here's from 999979th after decimal point to the millionth after decimal: igloo myrtilles fourmis #33 20090307 03:49:07
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Link updated. Memorised 300 at one point, dropped down to 160 now. #34 20100107 13:54:21
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!It says the site got bogged down with people linking to it! Please just post the URL. If you see this signature, your eyes are bad. Look away and try again. If you still see it, take a break from posting. #35 20100114 10:13:02
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!I subdivided pi by eights and sixes for pi buffs... Code:31415926PiByEights 53589793 23846264 33832795 02884197 16939937 51058209 74944592 30781640 62862089 98628034 82534211 70679821 48086513 28230664 70938446 09550582 23172535 94081284 81117450 28410270 19385211 05559644 62294895 49303819 64428810 97566593 34461284 75648233 78678316 52712019 09145648 56692346 03486104 54326648 21339360 72602491 41273724 58700660 63155881 74881520 92096282 92540917 15364367 89259036 00113305 30548820 46652138 41469519 41511609 43305727 03657595 91953092 18611738 19326117 93105118 54807446 23799627 49567351 88575272 48912279 38183011 94912983 36733624 40656643 08602139 49463952 24737190 70217986 09437027 70539217 17629317 67523846 74818467 66940513 20005681 27145263 56082778 57713427 57789609 17363717 87214684 40901224 95343014 65495853 71050792 27968925 89235420 19956112 12902196 08640344 18159813 62977477 13099605 18707211 34999999FeynmanPoint 83729780 49951059 73173281 60963185 95024459 45534690 83026425 22308253 34468503 52619311 88171010 00313783 87528865 87533208 38142061 71776691 47303598 25349042 87554687 31159562 86388235 37875937 51957781 85778053 21712268 06613001 92787661 11959092 16420198OneThousandDigits 93809525OneThousandSevenAfterDecimalPoint 314159PiInSixes 265358 979323 846264 338327 950288 419716 939937 510582 097494 459230 781640 628620 899862 803482 534211 706798 214808 651328 230664 709384 460955 058223 172535 940812 848111 745028 410270 193852 110555 964462 294895 493038 196442 881097 566593 344612 847564 823378 678316 527120 190914 564856 692346 034861 045432 664821 339360 726024 914127 372458 700660 631558 817488 152092 096282 925409 171536 436789 259036 001133 053054 882046 652138 414695 194151 160943 305727 036575 959195 309218 611738 193261 179310 511854 807446 237996 274956 735188 575272 489122 793818 301194 912983 367336 244065 664308 602139 494639 522473 719070 217986 094370 277053 921717 629317 675238 467481 846766 940513 200056 812714 526356 082778 577134 275778 960917 363717 872146 844090 122495 343014 654958 537105 079227 968925 892354 201995 611212 902196 086403 441815 981362 977477 130996 051870 721134 999999FeynmanPoint 837297 804995 105973 173281 609631 859502 445945 534690 830264 252230 825334 468503 526193 118817 101000 313783 875288 658753 320838 142061 717766 914730 359825 349042 875546 873115 956286 388235 378759 375195 778185 778053 217122 680661 300192 787661 119590 921642 019893OneThousandTwoDigitsBeforeThis 809525 720106 548586 327886 593615 338182 796823 030195 203530 185296 899577 362259 941389 124972 177528 347913 151557 485724 245415 069595 082953 311686 172785 588907 509838 175463 746493 931925 506040 092770 167113 900984 882401 285836 160356 370766 010471 018194 295559 619894 676783 744944 825537 977472 684710 404753 464620 804668 425906 949129 331367 702898 915210 475216 205696 602405 803815 019351 125338 243003 558764 024749 647326 391419 927260 426992 279678 235478 163600 934172 164121 992458 631503 028618 297455 570674 983850 549458 858692 699569 092721 079750 930295 532116 534498 720275 596023 648066SameLengthAfterFeynmanPointAsBeforeIt Note I included the 3 of pi in the subdivision. (less common way) igloo myrtilles fourmis #36 20100114 11:33:01
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078[1]640628620899862803[482]534211706798214808 #37 20100114 18:18:19
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!I'm at a steady 250ish... haven't found the time to memorise anymore. At one point I wanted to go for the world record, but it seems a little pointless now, as I'd have to spend several years of my life doing it  which I would prefer not to do. Last edited by Devantè (20100114 18:18:55) #38 20100115 11:06:52
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!How I remember pi is dividing it into little patterns or groups. For example: Last edited by quittyqat (20100115 11:07:50) I'll be here at least once every month. XP #39 20100526 04:59:18
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!I am memorizing some more of pi, this time, without a sequence. igloo myrtilles fourmis #40 20100605 06:33:39
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Today I was reading pi off a sheet aloud and when I got to about igloo myrtilles fourmis #41 20100825 16:24:15
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!cant seem to enter index1.html, so can't see it with 1 million places sad #42 20100825 16:30:48
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Hi kingofgamesdotnet; In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them. I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it. All physicists, and a good many quite respectable mathematicians are contemptuous about proof. #43 20120607 12:40:54
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Here's another site! >www.eveandersson.com/pi/digits/1000000 #44 20120628 00:40:17
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Pi has a Brother... Infinite/Recurring 0.999... #45 20120628 00:44:43
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Hi TESTU; In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them. I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it. All physicists, and a good many quite respectable mathematicians are contemptuous about proof. #46 20120628 18:11:18
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Let's make this Clearer!... #47 20120628 21:43:14
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!What does 0,999... have to do with pi? Last edited by anonimnystefy (20120628 23:12:09) The limit operator is just an excuse for doing something you know you can't. “It's the subject that nobody knows anything about that we can all talk about!” ― Richard Feynman “Taking a new step, uttering a new word, is what people fear most.” ― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment #48 20120628 22:15:03
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Some people think neither number exists. You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself..........Galileo Galilei #49 20120628 23:08:55
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!Base 0? In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them. I have the result, but I do not yet know how to get it. All physicists, and a good many quite respectable mathematicians are contemptuous about proof. #50 20120628 23:12:41
Re: Pi to a Million Decimal Places!He meant that the number before the decimal is 0. The limit operator is just an excuse for doing something you know you can't. “It's the subject that nobody knows anything about that we can all talk about!” ― Richard Feynman “Taking a new step, uttering a new word, is what people fear most.” ― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment 