### Hecto-Pi Numbers

MathBabbler has created hecto-Pi.

The SI (metrix) prefix hecto- (or hecta-) implies a factor of 100 (i.e. 10^2).

3.14 is Pi rounded to the nearest hundredth (i.e. two decimal digits). 3.14 times 100 is 314; therefore, 314 is one hecto-Pi. 628 is two hecto-Pi, 942 is three hecto-Pi and so on.

```       0,      314,      628,      942,     1256,     1570,     1884,
2198,     2512,     2826,     3140,     3454,     3768,     4082,
4396,     4710,     5024,     5338,     5652,     5966,     6280,
6594,     6908,     7222,     7536,     7850,     8164,     8478,
8792,     9106,     9420,     9734,    10048,    10362,    10676,
10990,    11304,    11618,    11932,    12246,    12560,    12874,
13188,    13502,    13816,    14130,    14444,    14758,    15072,
15386,    15700,    16014,    16328,    16642,    16956,    17270,
17584,    17898,    18212,    18526,    18840,    19154,    19468,
19782,    20096,    20410,    20724,    21038,    21352,    21666,
21980,    22294,    22608,    22922,    23236,    23550,    23864,
24178,    24492,    24806,    25120,    25434,    25748,    26062,
26376,    26690,    27004,    27318,    27632,    27946,    28260,
28574,    28888,    29202,    29516,    29830,    30144,    30458,
30772,    31086,    31400,    .....
```
##### Update::2009.11.07

On 7 November 2009, MathBabbler had 312 tweets posted to his @mathbabbler Twitter account. He scheduled a BAD (Basic Arithmetic Date) tweet to be posted at 4:20am on 8 November 2009 (the 313th tweet). The following tweet was scheduled to post at 4:35am on 8 November 2009.

```   This is tweet 314. 314 isn't Pi, but Pi rounded to nearest
hundredth times 100 is hecto-Pi. http://ow.ly/AhHS
```

The following tweet was scheduled to post at 4:35am on 10 November 2009.

```   11/10 is day 314 of 2009. 314 isn't Pi, but Pi rounded to nearest
hundredth times 100 is hecto-Pi. http://ow.ly/AhHS
```

Creator: Gerald Thurman [gthurman@gmail.com]
Created: 19 October 2009
``` + added 628 on 28 March 2015 ```