The record for calculating pi currently stands at five trillion decimal digits. The calculation took 90 days to complete using a custom-built desktop computer attached to 20 external hard drives.
The record for calculating pi currently stands at five trillion decimal digits. The calculation took 90 days to complete using a custom-built desktop computer attached to 20 external hard drives.
 
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    why is this a thing that people do for fun knowing that it’s infinite? It’s one thing to see how much you can remember...
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