Scientists set a new computational record in the infinite number of Pi. As a result of the calculation, which took 108 days and 9 hours in total, 62.8 trillion digits were obtained. The researchers also shared the last 10 digits. Here are interesting information about the Pi number…
Swiss scientists set a new record in the number of Pi. In the calculation with the supercomputer, 62.8 trillion digits were obtained after the decimal point.
The calculation in question took 108 days and 9 hours. Although this period may seem long, it is almost a third of the previous record. The record in 2019 had 50 trillion digits calculated.
The 2020 record was broken with the work done by the Graubuenden University Applied Sciences department. Scientists also shared the last 10 digits of the new record of 62.8 trillion.
4,180 numbers can be written on a Word page in Times New Roman font and 11 points.
If the researchers wanted to print the number they found, they would need more than 15 billion A4-size sheets.
According to the certificate given to the Guinness Book of Records, the last 10 digits of the Pi number calculated so far were 7817924264. Pi is obtained by dividing the circumference of a circle by its diameter.
It is stated that the number of Pi for which a reorder cannot be detected is infinite. Scientists continue to push the record for Pi, whose first 10 digits are 3.141592653.
It is also stated that the techniques developed to calculate Pi can be used in areas such as RNA analysis, fluid dynamics simulations and text analysis.
WHO FOUND THE NUMBER OF PI?
It is not known exactly who invented the number pi. However, the history of this number goes back to before the millennium.
WHAT DOES THE SYMBOL MEAN?
The symbol Pi is the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet.
HOW MANY STEPS ARE KNOWN?
The 6 trillionth, 8th trillionth, 9th trillionth, and 10th trillionth digits of Pi are 5 (Check if you don’t believe it)
3.14 WHAT IS PI DAY
World Pi Day was adopted to commemorate the mathematical constant pi and is celebrated on 14 March every year. It was adopted to commemorate the number Pi and is celebrated on 14 March every year. The reason is that in the American date format, this day is 3/14 and it reminds of the number pi.
WHEN IS IT CELEBRATED?
Pi Day, which was first celebrated by Larry SHAW, a famous physicist, at the San Francisco Exploratorium in 1998, was celebrated for the first time in Turkey in 2007.
WHAT IS PIPHILLOGY?
It is the name given to all the methods used to memorize the number pi.