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So, here they are: the first 10,000 digits of pi. If you do memorize these digits and wish to continue - well, first, let me shake your hand and give you this certified geek trophy. Not many people get that far, believe me. But don't forget that many other online resources for pi digits exist. Just input something like "pi digits" into a search engine and I guarantee that you will find something useful. Anyway, here they are, separated into groups of five. How To Memorize Pi - The Digits
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