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    I learned them in about a minute yesterday.
    Really easy. 2.7 [ 18 28 18 28 ] (nice repeat) [ 45 90 45 ] (45, double it then 45 again) [23 53 6] or [ 2 35 36 ]
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    wow thats a really awesome technique of remembering... did you think of it urself?
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    i cant remember past the repeating "18281828" part
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    (Original post by alkaeda)
    wow thats a really awesome technique of remembering... did you think of it urself?
    Was that a sarcastic comment?
    If not then yes I did. If so then..... yes I did.
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    Was that a sarcastic comment?
    If not then yes I did. If so then..... yes I did.
    I don't believe s/he was being sarcastic, it is a neat way of remembering it.
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    errr.. Thanks
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    2...thats all i could be bothered to learn
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    i wasnt bein sarcastic
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    Ermm... which pie?
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    (Original post by alkaeda)
    How many decimal places of Pi do you know by heart?

    u cant know more than 10 cause thats all the calculator tells u! its 3.141592854
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    2.71828182845904523536

    I learned them in about a minute yesterday.
    Really easy. 2.7 [ 18 28 18 28 ] (nice repeat) [ 45 90 45 ] (45, double it then 45 again) [23 53 6] or [ 2 35 36 ]

    thats not pi? pie is 3.14!
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    (Original post by Alice2411)
    thats not pi? pie is 3.14!
    Does iot change how pie tastes~?
    I don't htink so , so does it matter?
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    lol which one dya reckon is the best pie, i like chicken its stil 3.14 tho!
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    (Original post by Alice2411)
    lol which one dya reckon is the best pie, i like chicken its stil 3.14 tho!
    mmmmm.... chicken.
    But chickens bettwer without pie(and stop askine why it croses the road :mad: :mad: :mad: ).
    But why does how many pies matter... ot is it how big thety are???
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    2.71828182845904523536

    I learned them in about a minute yesterday.
    Really easy. 2.7 [ 18 28 18 28 ] (nice repeat) [ 45 90 45 ] (45, double it then 45 again) [23 53 6] or [ 2 35 36 ]
    unfortunately i think thats the number 'e' you're trying to remember there. i used to know pi to about 37 places (really sad i know) but could still remember some... 3.141592653589793238462643383 etc etc
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    (Original post by [email protected])
    unfortunately i think thats the number 'e' you're trying to remember there. i used to know pi to about 37 places (really sad i know) but could still remember some... 3.141592653589793238462643383 etc etc
    e's a funny number.
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    whats better e or pi.
    should i make a poll?
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    (Original post by alkaeda)
    whats better e or pi.
    should i make a poll?
    Ermm... which e and which pie?
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    can i have a large container of coffee please
    3. 1 4 1 5 9 2 6 5
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    I know to nine, although I used to know it to 24. Just because my maths teacher dared me I wouldn't get past fifteen
 
 
 
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