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Decipher This -- Earn 1 Million Points

This is a discussion on Decipher This -- Earn 1 Million Points within the General Off Topic+ forums, part of the QJ.net Forum Miscellaneous category; Originally Posted by Tariq %4%26%cc%4%26%cc%4%152%2c %4%2c%6c%4%6c%ec%4%c6%6c% 4%ec%2c%4%2020%ac%4%c%ec% 4%4c%2c%4%cc%ac%4%153%ac% 4%66%6c%4%6c%2c%4%ec%2c%4 %152%6c Am I correct? Thats gibberish! Then again...it IS klick... -= ...

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1. Originally Posted by Tariq
%4%26%cc%4%26%cc%4%152%2c %4%2c%6c%4%6c%ec%4%c6%6c% 4%ec%2c%4%2020%ac%4%c%ec% 4%4c%2c%4%cc%ac%4%153%ac% 4%66%6c%4%6c%2c%4%ec%2c%4 %152%6c

Am I correct?
Thats gibberish! Then again...it IS klick...
-= Double Post =-
Originally Posted by AndrewR
Pi is an infinite number! We just round it up to calculate sums!
No, its not! My \$100 calculator tells me 10 digits, therefore thats all there must be!

2. Originally Posted by Tariq
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Am I correct?
Nope.

Leet Key ftw

3. whoops youresam and i were wrong

from wikipedia

The numerical value of π truncated to 50 decimal places is:

3.14159 26535 89793 23846 26433 83279 50288 41971 69399 37510

See the links below and those at sequence A000796 in OEIS for more digits.

While the value of pi has been computed to billions of digits, practical science and engineering will rarely require more than 10 decimal places. As an example, computing the circumference of the Earth's equator from its radius using only 10 decimal places of pi yields an error of less than 0.2 millimeters. The exact value of π has an infinite decimal expansion: its decimal expansion never ends and does not repeat, since π is an irrational number (and indeed, a transcendental number). This infinite sequence of digits has fascinated mathematicians and laymen alike, and much effort over the last few centuries has been put into computing more digits and investigating the number's properties. Despite much analytical work, and supercomputer calculations that have determined over 1 trillion digits of π, no simple pattern in the digits has ever been found. Digits of π are available on many web pages, and there is software for calculating π to billions of digits on any personal computer. See history of numerical approximations of π.

4. Originally Posted by eldiablov
youresam so pi isnt infinite ?
Nope, pi being infinite was made up by conspiracy theorists

5. Originally Posted by youresam
Thats gibberish! Then again...it IS klick...
-= Double Post =-

No, its not! My \$100 calculator tells me 10 digits, therefore thats all there must be!
Because it can only handle 10 numbers?

Originally Posted by Wikipedia
The exact value of π has an infinite decimal expansion: its decimal expansion never ends and does not repeat, since π is an irrational number (and indeed, a transcendental number). This infinite sequence of digits has fascinated mathematicians and laymen alike, and much effort over the last few centuries has been put into computing more digits and investigating the number's properties. Despite much analytical work, and supercomputer calculations that have determined over 1 trillion digits of π, no simple pattern in the digits has ever been found. Digits of π are available on many web pages, and there is software for calculating π to billions of digits on any personal computer. See history of numerical approximations of π.

6. Originally Posted by eldiablov
youresam so pi isnt infinite ?

I knew it !!!
No, it IS. You're just not competent enough to detect sarcasm.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi

7. Originally Posted by KlicK
No, it IS. You're just not competent enough to detect sarcasm.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi
WRONG!!
http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/PI_equals_exactly_three

8. i think its robot devil (like in futurama)

9. Originally Posted by youresam
WRONG!!
http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/PI_equals_exactly_three

Π is infinite.

10. Originally Posted by AndrewR

Π is infinite.
No, youresam is right. I guess Wikipedia IS wrong after all.

11. Originally Posted by AndrewR

Π is infinite.
Its π

12. Originally Posted by KlicK
No, youresam is right. I guess Wikipedia IS wrong after all.
How is he right?

13. Originally Posted by AndrewR
How is he right?
By pi=3.

14. I LOCK DIS THREAD NOW.

Just BIN decode it, Hex decode it, Base 64 decode it, and reverse the text.

15. 9?

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