Date: Thu Nov 30 10:20:19 2006 Back to Contents

Author: cablem

Subject: Re: find pi with frozen hot dogs

Post:
I'm SO recommending that we try this for conceptual physics. I wonder if
it works as well as it says it does?

Chele


On 11/29/2006 8:40 PM, Gavrin, Andrew D. wrote:
> All -
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> I spotted this on Google (while doing something unrelated). Thought
> you might enjoy.
>
> http://www.wikihow.com/Calculate-Pi-by-Throwing-Frozen-Hot-Dogs
>
> - Andy
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