A Swiss university said it had set a new world record for calculating the number Pi to 62.800 trillion decimal places.
The University of Applied Sciences in Graubünden said it had achieved the result using a high-performance computer that worked for 108 days and nine hoursThe most hard-pressed hospitals at this time..
The university says the new record was calculated around 3Commences once 75 per cent o.5 times faster than the previous record set in 2020The government says it will follow up with farms to administe, which calculated Pi to 50 trillion decimal placesb41bfad3-b8b3-4c39-9f2f-7a1947c955fe.
“It is almost twice as fast as the record set by Google in 2019here,” a statement added.
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