## Introduction: Pi Braclet

Heres a braclet my class would make in celebration of that awesome number.

we would put beads that correspond to a number on a string that would become our pi braclet.

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## Step 1: Setup

first i wil post a chart that will show how many of each number there are in the first 50 digits of pi.

0-1

1-5

2-5

3-8

4-4

5-5

6-4

7-4

8-5

9-9

next i will post the 50 digitsof pi:

3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510

## Step 2: The Bracelet

now you will cut a length of string the circumfrence of your wrist and start adding beads let three be represented by a unique bead because its the only whole number in pi.

I am a boy so I tried to add manly colors, but its hard to do with bracelets and I didnt have many beads so its kinda girly.

## Step 3: Finished

now tie it up and voila its finished.

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And if i happened to get a digit wrong please telll me so that i can fix it.

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## 3 Discussions

6 years ago

This is awesome! I memorized 81 digits after the three. I am a pi fanatic too i guess. My teacher made something kinda like this when i won some math competition thing. Try using smaller beads, and more beads.

3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974844592307816406286208998

9 years ago on Introduction

So am I thanks for the nice comment=)

9 years ago on Introduction

This is actually pretty cool. I definitely like the idea of a color representing a number. I memorized the first 51 digits of pi for fun, I'm kind of a pi fanatic, so I may have to try this out. :þ