Amal A. recited the first 250 digits of Pi with his eyes closed in 22.35 seconds.
Amal A. added multiples of 7 up to 126 in 3.81 seconds with his eyes closed.
Amal A. recited the first 150 digits of Pi from memory in 13.34 seconds.
Amal A. recited the first 50 digits of Pi from memory in 7.93 seconds.
Amal Aby recited 139 math squares in one minute with his eyes closed.
Amal Aby wrote 30 digits of Pi on a sheet of paper in 10 seconds.
Sriram recited 15 multiplication tables while blindfolded. He is four years old.
Amal A. recited the first 50 digits of Pi from memory in 4.30 seconds.
Praveen Spirals subtracted two 80-digit numbers in one minute, 15.80 seconds using only his memory.
Praveen Spirals subtracted two 70-digit numbers in 55.31 seconds using only his memory.
Scott K. has 25 decimal places of Pi tattooed on his body.
Cardilyn C. used 16 wristwatches to form a math equation backwards.
Alex C. carved 128 digits of Pi into an apple.
In celebration of Pi Day, listeners of The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC set a record by collectively reciting 100 consecutive digits of Pi.
After host Lehrer preceded the attempt by reciting the first 11 digits, five callers each read off 20 digits of Pi in mathematical order.
Srinivasa Hariharan Iyer recited 12 multiplication tables. He is five years old.
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