How many digits of pi have you memorized?

*checks to make sure these are correct*

GAH! That last decimal place I typed shouldn't be a 6! It should be a 4,

*then*a 6!

So, despite my grapheme→color synesthesia, I have yet to memorize pi to more than 18 decimal places (19 digits altogether). Sad. :(

I did know that the 8 before it was the beginning of a string of six nonzero even digits and that no two adjacent digits in that string are identical, though, so I guess I can say I have log(10

^{18}× (10/3)

^{5}) (because there were 3 possibilities for each of the digits after the 8) = log(411,522,633,744,855,967,078.18930041

EDIT: Thanks to the Nintendo 64, I think I finally figured out a way to remember the last two of those even digits I was talking about! :D

- Right now I am annoyingly: disappointed

## Comments

glowing_dragonmatt1993glowing_dragonmatt1993goodat math, yes, but not extraordinarily fast at it. Or good at memorization. Both of which are supposed to be characteristics of synesthetes. :(glowing_dragonadawnraeAnd your awesome math geekery here is so much more

~~sexy~~impressive than just being able to memorize a string of random digits. :Dmatt1993fewmore digits, but not many. Over the years I've gotten from 3.14 to 3.1415926 to 3.14159265 to 3.14159265358 to 3.141592653589 to 3.14159265358979323 to where I got up to in this entry. (And now that I've recently looked at the digits after the last one I memorized for the first time in a while, I've gotten up to 3.1415926535897932384626433832, so now I'm up to 28 digits! Yay!!! This is actually the most new digits I've memorized at a time...)pathvain_aelien