- Mar 11, 2014nah…its just plain ol "option + p" on a MAC"Option + p" = πdon…On Mar 11, 2014, at 11:45 AM, Douglas Norton wrote:If you do that on a Mac is it "Apple Pi"?!

Sent from my iPhoneDouglas NortonIMCA #7432here is something interesting you can do with your latest, fastest computer this Friday…Don π π π π π

**FRIDAY IS PI DAY:**Mark your calendar. This Friday, March 14th (3.14), is day. It's an occasion to celebrate one of the most compelling and mysterious constants of Nature. Pi appears in equations describing the orbits of planets, the colors of auroras, the structure of DNA. The value of is woven into the fabric of life, the universe and ... everything.Humans have struggled to calculate for thousands of years. Divide the circumference of a circle by its diameter; the ratio is . Sounds simple, but the devil is in the digits. While the value of is finite (a smidgen more than 3), the decimal number is infinitely long:

3.1415926535897932384626433832795

02884197169399375105820974944592307

81640628620899862803482534211706...moreSupercomputers have succeeded in calculating more than 2700

*billion*digits and they're still crunching. The weirdest way to compute : throw needles at a table or frozen hot dogs on the floor. Party time! - << Previous post in topic