Wednesday, 10 December 2014

A video clip that caught my attention


Title: A mile of Pi
This video talks about a team of people, at a runway of an airport. They were unrolling a large roll of paper with the first 1 million digits of Pi printed. Throughout the video, the man shared some interesting facts and patterns about the long string of numbers.
3 points I learnt:
  • At the 762nd digit is the Feynman point, where there are six 9's next to each other.
  • Pi will never have a repeating set of numbers.
  • You could find your birth date in the never-ending string of numbers

Sunday, 7 December 2014

About me

  

Hi everyone, my name is Caleb Goh En Yu. I am from Beacon Primary School. My strongest subjects are Mathematics and Science. My favourite sports are basketball and dodgeball. When I am free, I will watch Youtube videos on my iPad. I have many friends from Beacon and I hope that I can make more new friends in SST. I am looking forward to a meaningful learning experience in the next four years of my secondary school life.