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New world record for pi
"A new world record for pi"

"the number π is known to have infinitely many decimal places, but is abbreviated, usually with only three figures, the 3.14. Emma Haruka Iwao, an employee at Google, has set a new world record in figuring out the number of decimal places – 31,4 trillion to be precise, writes the Washington Post."

"By performing the calculation via the company's cloud service have the old record 22.4 trillion decimal places substantially exceeded."

"the Calculation took 121 days to complete, but Emma Haruka Iwao would like to try to get more decimal places."

"– There is no end to pi. I would like to try with more numbers, " she says to the BBC."

"Google announced the news on its website on Thursday. March 14 is international pi day."

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