Pi has been computed in Base 10 to millions of decimal places. Does anyone know if any work has been done in computing Pi in other bases? I Googled but didn't find anything; any URL's you could point me to would be appreciated. I would assume that it would have to be a non-repeating decimal in any base, as it is an irrational number. I was fooling around with an Excel spreadsheet and came up with the Pi equivalencies below in Bases 2 through 16 for a limited number of digits. For bases over 10, I use the standard notation of symbols A=10, B=11, etc., for digits 10 or greater. I plugged e into my spreadsheet as a base for the final entry in the series. Could an irrational number in an irrational base number system end up as a repeating decimal? BASE PI 2 11.00100100001111 3 10.01021101222201 4 3.02100333122220 5 3.03232214303343 6 3.05033005141512 7 3.06636514320361 8 3.11037552421026 9 3.12418812407442 10 3.14159265358979 11 3.16150702865A48 12 3.184809493B9186 13 3.1AC1049052A2C7 14 3.1DA75CDA813752 15 3.21CD1DC46C2B7A 16 3.243F6A8885A300 e 10.10100202000211 Paul