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Posted: 5/12/2004 10:02:46 PM EST
That Pi goes to infinity?
HAs anyone checked? Maybe the just didn't have enough pi? Sgtar15 

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Somebody proved it mathematically. I know someone made an equation that will tell you the number that will be in that decimal place. Say you wanted to know the number that is in the 942454622425665 decimal place you would type in 942454622425665 and it would give you the number. Some guys in Japan calculated Pi to the trillionth place.



but what if it ended at the trillionth +1 place. how do we really know that they didn't stop 1 number before it ended. 

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Then we check the trillionth + 1 place. Actually they did prove it to go on forever.



You can prove it in the geometry. have you watched the movie Pi?


The glory of the world passes by.

You see, pie is normally in circular form, if you look at a circle you will see that there is no beginning or end oh wait, you meant pi.... carry on then.



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Whens the last time you think those guys got laid? 

Be polite. Be professional. But, have a plan to kill everyone you meet.

Probably since the square root of LT 

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I've seen that movie and liked it. Actually, I don't think it's a question if it ever ends. 1/3 never ends, e.g., .333333333333... The question is whether or not if any sequence of numbers ever repeat themselves. So far, no one has ever proven that they do. 

Libertarian voting for George W. Bush.

The soundtrack kicked ass. 

I bought a box of animal crackers. On the box it said 'Do not eat if seal is broken'. So I opened the box and sure enough...

All I know is that Pi are round and cornbread are Sq.



I like Pi.



Wasn't there a computer program that showed some "pattern replication" as the computation of "PI" got to some outrageous length.
SERIOUSLY! 


IIRC Pi has no repeating patterns. 


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