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The Digits of Pi, Volume 1 - Digits 1 through 100 Million / Hardcover / Optional Magnifier

The Digits of Pi Book, Volume 1 - Digits 1 through 100 Million / Hardcover / Optional Magnifier


 
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Item: The Digits of Pi Book, Volume 1 - Digits 1 through 100 Million. This is an amazing hardcover anthology of the first 100 million digits of Pi. To our knowledge, this is the most extensive Pi print product available. The Pi digits are crisply printed at under 2 point in size. Super tiny. Super crisp. Super awesome.

The Digits of Pi, Volume 1 is a coffee table book worthy of conversation, or show it off on your book shelf along with other treasured works. Whether you're an expert or just a Pi fan, this is a book you will enjoy having. It also makes a memorable gift.

What kinds of patterns can you find among the digits? Can we determine anything fundamental about Pi by studying the first 100 million digits or do we need more? (We can and probably will print more, but not all of them. jk)

Magnifier / Loupe: Not everybody is able to read the digits with the naked eye, and those who can read the digits will find it a strain. We offer a convenient and economical 2.5x/6x credit card size magnifier to give you a hand.

Colors: Black digits on white background, with a colorful Pi character printed on P. 314.

Quality: This book is professionally printed and bound.

Size: Outside hardcover is 12.25 x 12.25 inches. The thickness is about 1 1/8 inches. Page size is 12 x 12 inches. Number of Pages: 334.

Binding Type: Hardcover, with paper dustjacket.

ISBN: 978-1-7332910-1-9

Awesome Pi Facts:

  • Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.
  • Pi is an irrational number, so it has an infinite number of decimal digits without a pattern or order.
  • The Pi symbol Π was first introduced by William Jones in 1706.
  • Archimedes calculated upper and lower bounds for Pi via the areas of two hexagons– one inscribed in a circle and the other circumscribing it. Then he kept doubling the number of sides to improve the bounds’ accuracy.
  • Pi Day is March 14th every year.


Item #'s: BK-M100-01-6X (w/Credit Card Magnifier), BK-M100-01-Z (No Magnifier)

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