How to Learn the First 100 Digits of Pi

Introduction: How to Learn the First 100 Digits of Pi

About: Mary Beth is a middle school math teacher in Putney, Vermont. Besides contemplating Pi and eating pie, she likes to do just about anything outdoors, including backpacking, bike riding, and rock climbing. Mary …

In this Instructable, you will use the Major Method to learn the first 100 digits of Pi.

Step 1: Decide You Want to Learn the First 100 Digits of Pi

Step 2: Choose a Method- We Will Use the Major System

Step 3: Create Words With the Sounds That Correspond to the Digits of Pi

Step 4: Continue This Process, Creating Sentences With About 20 Digits at a Time

Step 5: We Now Have Five Sentences That Correspond to the First 100 Digits of Pi

Step 6: Congratulations- You Now Know a Method That Is Sure to Impress!

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    MikeB22
    MikeB22

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Very nice graphics, Mary Beth. Looks rather professional.....I'm sure there is a way to use this system to remember the groceries when I forget the list....Hm.....what numbers would I use for the broccoli.....Mike B. or 28193815?

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Never mind Pi, tell us how you created those images!

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    Mary BethB1
    Mary BethB1

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I used GoAnimate For Schools to create the images.

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    Iron_Anvil
    Iron_Anvil

    6 years ago

    Very interesting. I wonder if similar methods could also be used for increasing general memory? Anyways thanks for sharing!