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SFCC Celebrates Pi Day

Submitted by on March 15, 2011 – 2:48 pmNo Comment

SFCC held its annual Pi Day Monday, March 14. Seven contestants competed to recite Pi to the greatest number of decimal places they could remember. Student Support Services coordinator Ricardo Pantoja (left) recieves his Pi plate from James McBride after he won first place in the competition, reciting Pi to the 50th  digit.

 

SFCC student Cali Figueiredo placed second after reciting Pi to the 30th digit.

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