Student recites 377 digits of pi

November 3, 2013 

Daniel Nevius correctly recited 377 digits of pi to win his school’s annual pi memorization contest.

COURTESY OF CHRISTINE NEVIUS

Daniel Nevius, a sixth-grader at the Montessori Community School in Durham, won his school’s annual pi memorization contest.

To win the contest, Daniel, 12, correctly recited 377 digits of pi. It was the third year that Daniel won the school’s Pi Champ title.

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