### From Pi To Tom Duff To Nanocentury To NerdTests.com[YAFLN: Yet-Another-Four-Letter-Name]

Tom Duff is a Canadian born computer programmer that is 99% nerd (at least according to NerdTests.com). In other words, only 1% of the world's population is nerdier than Duff.

How many seconds are there in a year? If I tell you there are 3.155 x 10^7, you won't even try to remember it. On the other hand, who could forget that, to within half a percent, Pi seconds is a nanocentury.
-- Tom Duff (01952-?????) { computer programmer and 99% nerd; more... } [Pi]

The following information should be used to do this BAB's exercises.

```   86,400 seconds per day
365.24 days per year
100 years per century
```
##### Exercises
1. No or Yes. Truncated to three decimal places, Duff was correct when he said are `3.155 x 10^7 seconds per year`.

2. Using Duff's seconds per year value, there are `_________ x 10^____ seconds per century`.

3. Explain why, within a half percent, Pi seconds is a nanocentury.

Creator: Gerald D. Thurman [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 16 March 2007