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  • SallyCamaro

    Pi to the 33rd digit... Probably not really impressive but thats something random

    • Tawsix

      Man... I've only got it to 3.14159265, I figured that was close enough for any practical application not dealing with rocketry.

      • SallyCamaro

        As I commented above, I've never read pi written out (to my recollection) but when the question was posed I guessed at it and got the 33 correct, by chance, and have since been able to do that several other times... But my mind is basically a glue trap, I can remember ridiculously obscure things like that and not even know where I picked up the information.

    • mcgee1095

      For pi day at my school we had a competition to memorize the most digits of pi. Whoever won got a whole pie to themselves. The first year one of my best friends memorized 314 digits of pi, then the next year he memorized 628 digits and his goal for senior year was 1000. Unfortunately he didn't have any time to memorize it with all the school work and such. Anyways he still won that year, by just memory from the previous years memorization.

      • SallyCamaro

        I've honestly never tried to learn them, never even remember reading pi written out, but this past year (my senior year) our math teacher asked if any of us would like to try to recite it so I did and got 33 right, I've tried a few times since then and got them correct.