Every time someone comments on my quizzes I get a notification. Once in a while I'll miss one but not often. I don't usually get more than one or two a day.
Though this is no longer accurate you can make custom time limits. But I don't want to change it. However, if you wish, you can copy this quiz in the quiz editor and make your own version.
3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592307816406286208998628034825342117067982148086513282306647093844609550582231725359408128481117450284102701... MEMORY IS GR8
what is wrong with you people! i knew that energy equals mass times the speed of light squared before einstein was even born and i DEFINITELY knew the digits of pi when i was in the bleeding first grade! all 852 digits. what? you didn't think that the digits of pi eventually stopped? that's propaganda for you. scientists say that pi has an infinite amount of digits but it was actually a complex hoax invented by hitler in 1939 that would trick the minds of the jewish scientists like einstein. so pi actually has 852 digits and you can find the records in any public library. also pi is a palindrome, which most people don't know since they think it has infinite digits. also if you graph a circle with the exact 852 digits the circle will become such a circle that the human eye is tricked into seeing a shape with 3.1415(...) sides. which of course is impossible and therefore any calculator or other method of graphing is dysfunctional when it comes to graphing the real pi digits. peace out yo
If you say "to (e.g.) 3 decimal places" you generally would mean decimal places after the decimal point. But I agree that the first 3 should count. If you say "to how many decimal places do you know pi?" I would not include the 3 in my answer, just the decimal places after the decimal point.
I did it with 0:08 seconds left. First time I got 0:01 seconds and second time 0:07 seconds. At first I didn't realize you only had 15 seconds to do it then half way through I realized you gotta type fast. (I've been playing pi runner for a year now and can type very fast on the number pad (: )
This is just your personal opinion. I am very offended by how in every quiz you write, you take the opportunity to be offensive to Christians. If you weren't so far left you would have different answers to most of these decimal places. Real correct answers from my POV: 3.173928902857119374729475666666666382914. Also much too US-centric. ;-)
Eventually got 50/50 at my sixth attempt - 2 seconds remaining. Can only see me possibly shaving about 3/4 seconds off that, so doubt I'll be able to get up to the 8/9 seconds that I see others are achieving (after quick skim over the comments, so not sure if anyone has left 10 seconds remaining). Well done to all those who complete this and extra kudos to the quickest - good job :)
Nice and by the way dude, I have done it with 10 seconds left, so you can mark me down. I really dont think I can do any better. I was so fast. I did not even believe it when i saw it.
buddy iam just kidding, I like your quizzes. Really sorry if I offended you. I said that comment because I used to have a name called kalbahamuz, but I soon changed it.
maybe cause they wanted it out of their untaken quizzes list? Like me. I got to the 8th digit though. That is 8 answers more than I would get to all of those NHF or whatever NFL sports quizzes that are staring me in the face in the untaken colomn...
With those, one day I might just click them and then immediately give up.. So I dont have to keep scrolling past them.
its called rounding. ive never heard of any modern circle builders giving their dimensions in infinite decimal places, even though they are using actual pi to calculate them
Great quiz picture. :D Those word jokes sadly don't work for Germans. :( Since i is pronounced like e and neither pie, pee nor pea are actual words with meaning here.
266 comments over pi... omg ! Not sure If I should start reading them haha. (and not even sure it is all comments, or if you click load all comments, even more comments show up..)
my best is with 10 seconds remaining. I took over a thousand tries most likely and just kept reloading the page every time i made a mistake. I feel like someone who is crazy fast typist could get one more second on me but not 2
It is possible to do it in almost no time at all if your computer is slow and doesn't start counting down immediately. I think this is probably what happened when I got the best time I ever have.
that's true i got it once with 15 seconds remaining all because the thing glitched out and didn't even start counting. But i dont count that one since it was a glitch. So my best without glitching is 10 seconds remaining. i'd like to see someone beat that.
also, if you check on the quiz info you can see the date and time taken for each attempt and how many they got. There are only 2 with 5 seconds taken and they are on the same date. Those are mine. There is one with 4 seconds taken and that almost made my heart skip a beat until i saw that only 11 digits were typed on that attempt.
Who else came onto this in December 2019 and thought "there are probably as many comments on this quiz as there are digits in pi. (I know pi is infinite, it's a joke, please be gentle. Kalbahamut is extremely aggressive when it comes to this, I don't particularly want to get bashed online.)
I can do them all in order but 15 seconds is not enough time at all! maybe make it 30 seconds because it says that only 1% of people who tried it, got to the last number
Way too easy. Make it 300 digits and then it will be a little challenging. Keep in mind I am known throughout my school as the champion of Pi memorization.
I think this one was originally 200 or 250 digits in 15 seconds, the point was just to see how far you could get in the time allotted. QM changed it to 50 so that it was possible to get 100%.
It's one of those quizzes that makes me consider that I should be doing something more productive. At least 196 countries come in useful in day-to-day life. It might be fun to memorize XX digits of pi; but it's pretty wasteful.
I
WISH
I
COULD
CALCULATE
PI
After that I'm out of ideas :)
2nd try 33
That's 52%
This beats or equals 100% of test takers
The average score is 9
Your high score is 50
Your best time is 0:04 remaining
(Can anyone beat my time?)
{by the way, this is copied and pasted so its not fake}
This beats or equals 100% of test takers
The average score is 9
Your high score is 50
Your best time is 0:09 remaining
Four years later and Kal is at #18. Who's laughing now?
... burn?
P.S. This is officially the most number of answers on a JetPunk quiz :P
With those, one day I might just click them and then immediately give up.. So I dont have to keep scrolling past them.
https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Biblical_scientific_errors#Pi
its called rounding. ive never heard of any modern circle builders giving their dimensions in infinite decimal places, even though they are using actual pi to calculate them
Followed by 2-6-5-3-5-8-9
Circumference over diameter
7-9, then 3-2-3
OMG! Can't you see?
8-4-6-2-6-4-3
And now we're on a spree
38 and 32, now we're blue
Oh, who knew?
7, 950 and then a two
88 and 41, so much fun
Now a run
9-7-1-6-9-3-9-9
Then 3-7, 51
Half way done!
0-5-8, now don't be late
2-0-9, where's the wine?
7-4, it's on the floor
Then 9-4-4-5-9
2-3-0, we gotta go
7-8, we can't wait
1-6-4-0-6-2-8
We're almost near the end, keep going
62, we're getting through
0-8-9-9, on time
8-6-2-8-0-3-4
There's only a few more!
8-2, then 5-3
42, 11, 7-0 and 67
We're done! Was that fun?
Learning random digits
So that you can brag to your friends
lol
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-Professor Frink
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Hey, I didn't say they were in the right order.
https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/1571202/100-digits-of-pi
beated 99.9% OF QUIZ TAKERS
also learnt 200 digits of pi for pi day