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1. how many decimal places can you recite pi to?
2. 248
3. not many haha.

3.1459
4. (Original post by nk9230)
not many haha.

3.1459
Heh, it's 3.14159, that's as far as I go.
5. 3.1416, never need more then that really.
6. um... 3.1415926535 is it.

I think that's right anyway....
7. 3.141598590187406958346738563956 39201831304443762495999993258542 89245632165489746543218648464685 45486418548674154188416645349894 843684886

... prove me wrong (-8
8. damn, i put a space in!
9. mmm...pi
10. 5. There's never any need to know the decimals though. Worst comes to worst, you can calculate it.
11. (Original post by stuartrowland)
3.1415985901874069583467385639563920183 13044437624959999932585428924563 21654897465432186484646854548641 85486741541884166453498948436848 86

... prove me wrong (-8
Everything after that is wrong.... See my post.
12. 3.141592653589793238462643383279 50
13. (Original post by yusufu)
5. There's never any need to know the decimals though. Worst comes to worst, you can calculate it.
or push the pi button on your calculator ;D
14. (Original post by nk9230)
or push the pi button on your calculator ;D
lol. I guess. I meant without a calculator though.
15. 3.14159

5.
16. 5 slices.
17. 3.141593. I remember it as "how I wish I could calculate pie" with the number of letters in each word representing a number.

Hi, I'm bad at explaining things.
18. 3.14159265 - same number of digits as my calculator displays (and I haven't tried to memorise it, I've just seen it so many times over the past 6 years).
19. (Original post by NickyP)
3.141593. I remember it as "how I wish I could calculate pie" with the number of letters in each word representing a number.

Hi, I'm bad at explaining things.
You don't have to wish...
20. (Original post by NickyP)
3.141593. "how I wish I could calculate pie"
Never heard of that one before Good one

I only remember it to 3.141 haha

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