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\(\huge \pi = 3.14159265...\)

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
1 year, 8 months ago

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