PI DAY!!!!

03142014, 07:23 AM
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PI DAY!!!!
Hi all!
Have a nice PI DAY!!! 

03142014, 07:36 AM
(This post was last modified: 03142014 07:37 AM by walter b.)
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RE: PI DAY!!!!
Thanks!
Certainly the sequence ...14032014... will occur anywhere in π, like ...13032014... does and ...15032014... etc. Only a very small fraction of mankind writes dates following random walk. d:) 

03142014, 07:37 AM
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RE: PI DAY!!!!
Again? Missed the 3rd of January?
;) 

03142014, 12:46 PM
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03142014, 09:40 PM
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RE: PI DAY!!!!
This has a bar graph on use of pi by different disciplines.
also; happy birthday Albert Einstein. 

03142014, 09:58 PM
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(03142014 09:40 PM)Den Belillo (Martinez Ca.) Wrote: This has a bar graph on use of pi by different disciplines. Medicine, Genetics and Biochem?? Their PI(s) get inflated due to repeating units and way too many journal articles right? Culinary science should be listed. Best Carl the Engineer 

03172014, 12:41 PM
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(03142014 07:36 AM)walter b Wrote: Thanks! Yes, you'll find 14032014 at position 3,307,292 after the decimal point, but the other two numbers don't occur within the first 32 million digits. ;) 

03172014, 01:38 PM
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RE: PI DAY!!!!
(03142014 07:36 AM)walter b Wrote: Certainly the sequence ...14032014... will occur anywhere in π, like ...13032014... does and ...15032014... etc. Quote:The hypothesis that π is normal has not been proven or disproven. Do you have a proof of the normality of \(\pi\)? Cheers Thomas 

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