Alex C. carved 128 digits of Pi into an apple.
Samuel Lamphier recited the first 100 digits of Pi in a Prius in 12.65 seconds.
Steven H. counted to 126 by increments of seven in 5.69 seconds.
Amal A. recited the first 50 digits of Pi from memory in 4.30 seconds.
Amal A. recited the first 50 digits of Pi from memory in 7.93 seconds.
Simon Kirk counted to 1,000 in 10 minutes, 36.21 seconds.
Ewan C. recited 110 digits of pi in 13.57 seconds while juggling five balls.
Jake F. recited 81 digits of Pi during a single spin of a dreidel while blindfolded. He set the record to celebrate Pi Day.
Lewis J. performed a "sexy move" algorithm method on a 3x3 Rubik's cube in 1.39 seconds.
Praveen Spirals subtracted two 80-digit numbers in one minute, 15.80 seconds using only his memory.
Vaughan H. recited 2^0 to 2^100 from memory in 29 minutes, 23.55 seconds while blindfolded.
Amal A. recited the first 250 digits of Pi with his eyes closed in 22.35 seconds.
Amal Aby wrote 30 digits of Pi on a sheet of paper in 10 seconds.
Two-year-old Siddhu correctly solved the 2, 3, and 5 multiplication tables. He can also count from 1 to 1,000 and can add any two numbers between 1 to 100.
Krupali Bhagyesh Patel mentally solved 40 random division items correctly in 45.50 seconds. She is a champion at an international math competition held in Australia.
Samarth Bhagyesh Patel mentally solved 10 random multiplication items correctly in one minute, 30.60 seconds. He is seven years old and a champion at an international math competition held in Australia.
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