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Club for people who can memorize 100 or more digits of Pi.

Determines where your birthday first occurs in PI. Checks the first 1,254,543 digits of PI.

An article by Stan Wagon about the idea of normality, first introduced by E. Borel in 1909, is an attempt to formalize the notion of a real number being random.

Explains and compares several formulas for evaluating this large number of numerical places for pi. Includes complete list of digits.

Searches for any string of digits (up to 120 of them) in the first 100 million digits of Pi.

An online form that searches for a given name or word in the digits of Pi.

Find strings of digits in the first 50,000,000 digits of Pi.

An article by Paul Preuss about new research outcome at the Berkeley Lab.
(July 23, 2001)

An online form that searches for a given name or word in the digits of Pi.

Searches for any string of digits (up to 120 of them) in the first 100 million digits of Pi.

Determines where your birthday first occurs in PI. Checks the first 1,254,543 digits of PI.

Find strings of digits in the first 50,000,000 digits of Pi.

Club for people who can memorize 100 or more digits of Pi.

An article by Paul Preuss about new research outcome at the Berkeley Lab.
(July 23, 2001)