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## Word Ways

#### Article Title

#### Abstract

To the mathematician, pi is "the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter." To the typographer, pi is "jumbled up type." To the cryptologist, however, pi can be considered a string of digits written in code. A pi-code is simple--ten letters replacing ten numbers. If pi were itself decided, what words would appear?

#### Recommended Citation

Morice, Dave
(1999)
"Cracking The Pi-Code,"
*Word Ways*: Vol. 32
:
Iss.
4
, Article 3.

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