Pi, the mathematical constant representing the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, is a number that has fascinated mathematicians for centuries. Known for its infinite and non-repeating decimal expansion, Pi is often approximated as 3.14159, but its digits extend far beyond that. In this quiz, you’ll be challenged to recall and recognize the first 200 digits of Pi. Sharpen your memory and dive into the world of this intriguing number. Ready to test your Pi knowledge? Let’s get started!

## 200 Digits of Pi Quiz Questions Overview

### 1. What is the first digit of Pi after the decimal point?

1

2

3

4

### 2. What are the first three digits of Pi after the decimal point?

141

159

314

415

### 3. What is the 5th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

5

9

2

6

### 4. Which digit appears at the 10th position in Pi after the decimal point?

3

8

5

9

### 5. What is the 20th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

4

1

7

6

### 6. What is the 50th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

7

3

9

2

### 7. What is the 100th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

9

4

5

7

### 8. What is the 150th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

2

8

5

1

### 9. What is the 200th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

6

4

9

8

### 10. What is the 25th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

5

3

7

2

### 11. What is the 75th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

8

1

4

7

### 12. What is the 125th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

5

3

6

2

### 13. What is the 175th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

9

4

1

7

### 14. What is the 30th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

4

6

2

1

### 15. What is the 60th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

3

5

1

8

### 16. What is the 90th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

1

7

4

2

### 17. What is the 110th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

6

9

2

5

### 18. What is the 140th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

4

7

3

9

### 19. What is the 180th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

8

5

1

7

### 20. What is the 35th digit of Pi after the decimal point?

9

6

3

5