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# Pi watch

1. (Original post by Egan1)
If you should ever need to remember the first 7 numbers of pi, here's a little trick (I have been mocked for this but they'll all bow to it in the end! (...Maybe))

'How I wish I could calculate pi' -Straight, or 'How I wish I could calculate pie' -to round it up.
How- 3 I- 1 wish 4 I-1 could-5 calculate-9 pi-2/pie-3
3.141592/3

Cunning ey?! :P
clever, but to be honest my calculator does it just fine...
2. (Original post by byb3)
clever, but to be honest my calculator does it just fine...
Silence!

*stumps off grumbling*
3. (Original post by kikzen)
why is Pi called Pi?
It's the Greek version of P, short for perimeter.
4. (Original post by ZJuwelH)
It's the Greek version of P, short for perimeter.
Geek. lol. Yes, yes, yes, whats up? Forum been busy whilst I was gone?
5. (Original post by Bhaal85)
Geek. lol. Yes, yes, yes, whats up? Forum been busy whilst I was gone?
<the no vavavoom face> Geek huh wiseguy? Yeah it's been a bit busy, BABYGUY is chatting fraff again.
6. i don't need to use some rhyme to memorise "pi", i already know it 115 decimal places. no joke. 3.141592653589793238462643383279 50288419716939937510582097494459 23078164062862089986280348253421 170679821480865132823.

don't tell me im a sado kos you watch, when all the computers are destroyed one day and people in the countries will be aksing the nearest person as to what pi is to the maximum decimal places.
LOL
7. (Original post by Phil_C)
Has to be e^i(pi)=-1 The best equation around and proves there is a God
I thought of that one too.
Someone in my Maths class memorised about 120 digits. Anyone got that little book with a million in? It was in our school library.
8. (Original post by NickNack)
Weeble and Bob might be able to help out here:
http://www.weebl.jolt.co.uk/pie.htm
Lol!

I love it!
9. Knowing pi to 115 decimal places is all well and good (I know about 100 myself), but let's face it, when will we ever need that many digits?
I read somewhere that with just 42 decimal places of pi, you could calculate the area of the universe to within the size of a single proton.
And I once downloaded a file which had pi to a million digits. Can't remember where I got it, though.

Weebl and Bob? One of the funniest things in existence!
10. (Original post by Pseudonymous)
I read somewhere that with just 42 decimal places of pi, you could calculate the area of the universe to within the size of a single proton.
I seem to remember hearing that one too. Somewhere, perhaps, with the sort of article that says how may tens of billions of digits they've calculated...
11. (Original post by ++Hex++)
I seem to remember hearing that one too. Somewhere, perhaps, with the sort of article that says how may tens of billions of digits they've calculated...
Ive downloaded Pi to 36 Million decimal places, with "Super Pi".
I only know Pi to 30 decimal places, but i'm working on it!

also check out http://www.joyofpi.com
12. (Original post by DJ Hammer)
Ive downloaded Pi to 36 Million decimal places, with "Super Pi".
I only know Pi to 30 decimal places, but i'm working on it!

also check out www.joyofpi.com
Check link, it's not working...
13. ln i = 1 + i(2n-1)pi

how do you know this????
14. (Original post by keithy)
ln i = 1 + i(2n-1)pi

how do you know this????
ln z = ln |z| + i arg z

sorry i got that bit wrong: ln i = i (2n-1)pi
15. (Original post by ++Hex++)
I thought of that one too.
Someone in my Maths class memorised about 120 digits. Anyone got that little book with a million in? It was in our school library.
Why? Who needs to know pi to that many digits?
16. (Original post by Iluvatar)
Why? Who needs to know pi to that many digits?
number junkies
17. (Original post by elpaw)
number junkies
But is there any reason for pi to be that accurate?
18. Did you know that melissa joan hart - or sabrina - can recall pi to 400 decimal places?
Mostly i like mince pie! but 3.141592654 often comes in useful.
19. (Original post by Iluvatar)
But is there any reason for pi to be that accurate?
None whatsoever, but its a peculiar number, and some people are obsessed with it. And it crops up everywhere. There was one guy, I think, who basically devoted his life to designing better, faster computers... in order to better calculate pi.
20. I only know that pie divides into pieces of equal deliciousness that I can just munch away on! Chicken and Sweetcorn, Steak and Kidney, Shepherd's, Cottage, mmm!!! Not tried hair pie yet...

Been done before hasn't it...

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