# The Numberphile Topic -- The Official Nerdy Math Topic! [OLD]

#276

@JonnyGamer, I've learned much more pi since last time:
3.141592653589793238462643383279

#277

Awesome!
I recommend a digit or two a day. That works the most. I was going to do it after Pi Day but forgot

#278

Ok, I made like 10-15 digits today​ Maybe 20 idk

#279

Wow! That's a lot! Nice!
There should be a Pi memorizing competition, but people could cheat easily..

#280

Yeah!

I think that after a while it will be much harder to learn new digits and remember the old.

#281

Also, I have al the pi digits up too 38 at my password. That's a good thing for remembering it.

#282

Awesome

#283

Me too

#284

3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510

#285

Emm, I need to learn a little more to beat you. How to you learn it? Do you just learn it or do you have any tricks?

#286

Yeah I just learned it
I did it by memorizing a couple a day, and then repeating it in my head over and over again. I had a lot of time to do in 3rd grade..

I used to know 100 but if forgot half of it over time

#287

Ok, good to know.

#288

I was going to mention that apparently there are pi clubs you can join if you memorise 100+ digits! I don't know if there are actually though, as I haven't seen any yet

#289

I've heard of that too!
I haven't seen any either, it might be kind of fun!

#290

You've inspired me so much the last time. Right now I just want to learn more and more math.
Thank you​

#291

I like the number pi! I can't memorize any of the digits, but in my free time at school I tried to write the numbers down. (Sorry if I interrupted any conversations.)

And I have a question. I asked my father about plane figures, but I didn't quite get it. Can anyone provide a kid-friendly visual of three plane figures intersecting? And maybe also an explanation of of hyper planes, as in those which are four dimensional and up?

Again sorry if I just barged into this topic. I just want a kid-friendly explanation because my dad didn't explain it well enough.

#292

I think feel free to jump in whenever if anything! And that sounds really interesting, I have not heard of plane figures before though. I just did a quick search of 'plane figures' & '3d plane figures'

#293

I actually have a Hopscotch project on that!
for triangles and lines..

2D Sandbox

@t1_hopscotch I saw your Chaos Triangle project! It's amazing!

#294

The project is cool, it solved some of my questions I didn't say. I'm not ungrateful, but what about 3-d planes?

#295

I was going to do a 3D one but it was very hard. @CreationsOfaNoob would be good at that! (gotta read that 3D perspective Wikipedia page..)