Happy Pi Day!

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11 questions
• Q1
How many digits after the decimal did a super computer calculate in 2010?
3.1 million
5 trillion
2 billion
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• Q2
Who, in 1706, first gave the Greek letter "pi" its current definition?
Albert Einstein
Archimedes
William Jones
Napoleon
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• Q3
"Pi" is what type of number?
Irrational
Integer
Whole
Rational
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• Q4
What is the earliest known reference to pi?
1650 A.D.
1902
300 A.D.
200 B.C.
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• Q5
What is the current world record for memorization of the decimal places of pi?
56,789 places by Alfred Neuman
4096 by Simon Plouffe
42,000 places by Hiroyuki Goto
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• Q6
What is the formal definition of pi?
A delicious Dessert
The ratio of the circle's circumference to its diameter
The surface area of a sphere
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• Q7
What famous scientist was born on Pi Day?
Albert Einstein
Charles Darwin
Marie Curie
Isaac Newton
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• Q8
Which university sends out college acceptance letters on Pi Day?
MIT
University of Chicago
Georgia Tech
Yale
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• Q9
What is the 40,000th decimal place of pi? Take a guess!
6
1
5
9
30s
• Q10
Approximately how much do Americans spend on pies each year?
\$900,000
\$1 billion
\$700 Million
\$2.4 Million
30s
• Q11
What is America's favorite type of pie?
Apple
Pecan
Cherry
Blueberry
30s

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