When Pi was Almost 3.2
In this video, produced by the very talented Brady Haran over at Numberphile, which you can subscribe to here, Dr. James Grime tells a very fascinating story of how the state of Illinois almost officially made Pi 3.2. If you like this video, please join us in supporting Numberphile on Patreon here.
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