A new record number was calculated with 62.8 trillion. digits of the famous number “π”

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A new record number of digits of the famous number “π” has been calculated by Swiss scientists, who are waiting for the Guinness Book of Records to validate their record and in the meantime have revealed only the last ten digits of the new number.

Swiss researchers have calculated a new record number of digits of the famous number “π”. With the help of a supercomputer that calculated for 108 days and nine hours, they found 62.8 trillion digits, compared to about 50 trillion that was the previous record of 2020 and which had taken more than three times as long to find.

The announcement was made by the Center for Data Analysis, Visualization and Simulation of the University of Applied Sciences Graubuenden, according to the French Agency and the Guardian.

Researchers, according to the Athenian-Macedonian News Agency, are waiting for the Guinness Book of Records to validate their record and in the meantime have revealed only the last ten digits of the new number: 7817924264. “p” is an implicit number, a mathematical constant that is defined as the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter and its first digits are 3.141592653.

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