Mittwoch, 18. Februar 2015
Pi is an irrational number. It has eluded mathematicians for centuries due to the high rate of inaccurate digits produced from the different formulae. After the invention of calculators and modern day computers, however, the digits of Pi have become much more precise. There are several different equations which are used to find Pi, such as the more modern BBP formula displayed on this coin. The main use of Pi is to find the exact circumference of a circle.
This Pi geocoin celebrates the once in a lifetime date of 3/14/15. At 9:26:53 am on March 14th, you will get the first 10 significant digits of Pi: 3.141592653. This only occurs once every century!
We have included the first 61 digits of Pi around the circumference of the coin in decimal form, while also including digits of Pi in base 2 binary code, and base 16 hexadecimal code for this coin. See if you can identify all aspects of this coin.
Set this coin traveling, or keep it for your collection and get it today.
Measures 1.75” (44.45mm) in diameter.
Polished 24k gold finish.
Soft enamel solid colors.
Translucent hard enamel colors.
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