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1.2411 trillion digits (1,241,100,000,000) digits of pi have been dicovered.
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i hate this website i just wanted ot know how many digits pi was and then somehow i got here! like i know that is why i was asking you you stupid program!!! you can't ev…en tell me how many numbers pi has been figured to! some website to get answers!
as of October 17, 2011, the record for pi is over 10 trillion digits (10,000,000,000,000)
Isaac Newton got up to 16 digits of pi when using his method or he calculated 3.1415926535897932
Me, 73. 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510582097494459230 7816406. A lot, huh?
the current record for decimal places that pi has been calculated to is 1,241,100,000,000 THIS IS MORE THAN A TRILLION * * * * * As of 17 October 2011, the answer is 10 tr…illion.
The "Pi Computer Project" or PCP finished some time in November 2010, it calculated about 5 trillion digits! * * * * * But the number crunching goes on! As of 17 October 2…011, the answer is 10 trillion.
Answer: No. Pi is irrational; we could never find the last digit,because the digits go on forever. Also, being irrational means thatthe digits don't repeat periodically.
infinity or no ending
A Japanese psychiatrist memorized 83,431 digits of pi. This man is Akira Haraguchi.
the record is set at 2.7 trillion decimal places * * * * * As of 17 October 2011, the answer is 10 trillion.
The decimal representation of pi, as of late 2011, is over 10 trillion (1013) digits.
So far it's been calculated to well over a trillion decimal places ! The final answer will never be known - since the value of Pi is a never-ending number that (up to now) doe…sn't exhibit any repetitive sequence of digits. Theoretically, someone could calculate the number for the rest of their lives and never reach a final solution !
It's been proven that pi is an irrational number. In other words, it can't be written with a finite number of digits, and there is no 'last digit'.
As of 17 October 2011, the answer is 10 trillion. See link.
As of 17 October 2011, the answer is 10 trillion = 10 13 . While there are repeats of short patterns from time to time, the decimal representation does not - and cannot - se…ttle into a repeating pattern.