Wednesday, 25 June 2008 | 0 Comments
The Search π website does just that, allows you to search the first 3.2 billiion digits of pi for a string of numbers.
It’s a difficult concept to grasp, a decimal number that never ends, but when I talked* about this web-site with Year 9 – pointing out that they would find their phone number in pi if they searched – it gave them some understanding.
This site also has an option to print out a certain section of π.
* Yes, “talked”. Not able to show them, because the site is blocked.
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