Congratulations to Ms. Coen’s 4th grade math class who celebrated a belated Pi Day by having a contest to see who could memorize the most digits of the never-ending ratio Pi.
Eddie Liu, Elina Lee, Kavana Lokesh, and Anant Adury recited 40 or more digits of Pi. Sam Albert and Camryn Bir knew up to 70 digits, however, the battle between Neal Pannala and Sophia Tabbaa stole the show. Both recited 143 digits last week and came back after the weekend to recite 200 or more. Sophia Tabbaa has been declared the winner knowing a grand total of 241 digits of Pi. Well done!
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