Att memorera decimaler av PI hjälpte mig mer än jag hade kunnat ana. Jag som har ADD har enorma problem med korttidsminnet, men att memorera decimaler av PI gav mig bättre fungerande korttidsminne. :) Det går att träna upp hjärnan om man bara sätter sig in i det. :)
"Pi Day is upon us again, for those who note today’s date in the format 3/14 (March 14). But rather than talk about Pi Day itself, as I did last year, this year I want to talk about Pi and mathematical notions of beauty."
"You probably know that pi is the circumference of a circle divided by its diameter. In honour of the famous ratio's first few digits, 3.14, "Pi day" is celebrated on 14 March.
To celebrate, New Scientist brings you a host of pi-related goodness. Enjoy!
Can you solve our Pi-day puzzle? We've written this very special poem for Pi Day. If you can figure out how it relates to that famous constant, let us know on our Facebook page or on Twitter.
It's a clue. A never repeating or ending chain, the total timeless catalogue, elusive sequences, sum of the universe. This riddle of nature begs: Can the totality see no pattern, revealing order as reality's disguise?/