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- November 19, 2003
In response to Katie's question about that integral, I can't do it. But the pi quiz says that it is!

Anyway those numbers, the 27 is explained at the 27 discussion forum, http://lbstone.com/27/forum/.. I found that equation in my physics practical exam, it probably explains my bad grade..

At The 27th decimal place in pi is actually the number 27, surrounded by its factors, 3 and 9!

-- (November 19, 2003) on Pi - June 23, 2003
Some people know pi to trillions of decimal places.. actually they don't but that's beside the point. Well anyway I know twentyseven to as many decimal places as you want. I calculated it to 27 million numbers.

My favourite numbers are 27,42,69,pi, and e. Nicely, they fit together like this:

3*arcsin(27^(42/69)/(pi*e))-pi=0.02769,,

Known as the manifesto constant by me

Aamazing!

I really need a hobby, like fish or something..

-- (June 23, 2003) on Pi

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