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  • Easy as Pi: This 12-year-old can recite up to 576 digits

    Listen to 12-year-old Manny Abrante's impressive recitation of Pi to the 576th digit. His memory helped him nab his school's platinum prize in their Pi day celebration, as well as the chance to pie his math teacher.

Listen to 12-year-old Manny Abrante's impressive recitation of Pi to the 576th digit. His memory helped him nab his school's platinum prize in their Pi day celebration, as well as the chance to pie his math teacher. Alex Harris aharris@miamiherald.com
Listen to 12-year-old Manny Abrante's impressive recitation of Pi to the 576th digit. His memory helped him nab his school's platinum prize in their Pi day celebration, as well as the chance to pie his math teacher. Alex Harris aharris@miamiherald.com

12-year-old boy can recite 576 digits of Pi from memory, and he’s still going

March 21, 2016 11:36 AM