In the base 10 representation of , at positions 762 through 767 (after the decimal point) there are six instances of the digit 9, called the Feynman point. Physicist Richard Feynman joked that he wanted to memorize up to that point: 3.14159265358979323846264338 … 77130996051870721134999999… Such a recitation would erroneously suggest that is a rational number, the quotient of two integers that happen to be coprime to the base.
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