# $$\huge \pi = 3.14159265...$$

For years, most of us know the first three digits of $$\pi$$; $$3.14$$. But $$\pi$$ is a constant and irrational number, which means the digits $$3.14$$ do not end there.

Do you know what this note is supposed to tell you? I challenge you to memorize the digits of $$\pi$$! From $$3.141592653589793238...$$ up to $$52722520988557631...$$, you can memorize every single digit of $$\pi$$ up to any digit you want...

The world record holder of $$\pi$$-digit memorizing is Lu Chao, who memorized more than $$60000$$ digits of $$\pi$$! Isn't that neat?

As for me, I could only memorize up to $$61$$ digits (and continuing): $$3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944...$$

Now, let the (memorization) games... begin!

Note by Jeremy Bansil
3 years, 4 months ago

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