Date: 4 months ago   Category: Science

The employee of Google broke a world record on calculation of number of Pi

Record accuracy of calculation of number of Pi was for the first time provided by means of cloudy data processing.
the Employee of the American company Google set a record in the accuracy of calculation of number of Pi – the mathematical constant equal to the circle length relation to its diameter, is reported on the website
on March 14, in honor of Day of number of Pi, the girl successfully calculated number with an accuracy of 31.4 trillion signs after a comma. Thus, it managed to break the record entered in the Guinness Book of Records.
the Record accuracy of calculation was for the first time provided by means of cloudy data processing. The new record surpasses previous, established in 2016, almost on 9 trillion signs. Let's remind, earlier Pi's number was found in hydrogen atom. In 2015 in Ukraine the new record on storing of signs of number of Pi is set. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our channel



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