MathBabbler has created hecto-Pi.

The SI (metrix) prefix

hecto-(orhecta-) 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/AhHSThe 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

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+ added 628 on 28 March 2015
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