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1 A free-verse poem. 2 Five short stories. 3 97 haiku on a wide variety of subjects. 4 Two intertwined poems which blend together as their narrators meet. 5 A surrealist poem in 14 stanzas. 6 A movie screenplay. 7 A dream about puzzles, containing two newspaper-quality crosswords with Pilish clues. 8 Three short stories. 9 Three poems and a stage play, each with an illustration that encodes some digits as well. 10 This one's a surprise!

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The human brain remembers pictures much more easily than numbers. By converting the numbers into images, you can memorize thousands of digits easily. Pi memorizers often convert every possible 2-digit number into a visual image. They then remember those pictures interacting with each other.

In the video, it's done a little differently where he uses three digits per image. It doesn't matter whether you use two digits per image or three, but you should be consistent, and it's easier to get started, because you only need 100 images, where with a 3-digit system you need 1,000 images.

Hello ! first of all, thank you for this very interesting article ! I have a question about the first digits of the major system, lets take a 2-digit system as an example, what would be the first ten ? "0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9" or "00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09" ? Or maybe both ?? Thanks !

In this article, you will learn the meaning and definition of prime numbers, their history, properties, list of prime numbers from 1 to 1000, chart, differences between prime numbers and composite numbers, how to find the prime numbers using formulas, along with video lesson and examples.

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mpmath is a free (BSD licensed) Python library for real and complex floating-point arithmetic with arbitrary precision. It has been developed by Fredrik Johansson since 2007, with help from many contributors.

mpmath can be used as an arbitrary-precision substitute for Python's float/complex types and math/cmath modules, but also does much more advanced mathematics. Almost any calculation can be performed just as well at 10-digit or 1000-digit precision, with either real or complex numbers, and in many cases mpmath implements efficient algorithms that scale well for extremely high precision work.

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