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 A260627 Largest missing number in first 10^n digits after the decimal point in expansion of Pi. 2
 8, 96, 997, 9997, 99997, 999997, 9999997, 99999992, 999999998 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Analogous to A228988. LINKS EXAMPLE In the first 10^1 digits of Pi after the decimal (1415926535), the digits 0, 7 and 8 do not appear. 8 is the largest. In the first 10^2 digits of Pi after the decimal, the terms 12, 13, 18, ... 90, 91, 96 do not appear. 96 is the largest. PROG (Python) with open("pi-billion.txt", "r") as f: ....for a in range(1, 10): ........g = f.read(10**a) ........for x in reversed(range((10**a)-50, (10**a)-1)): ............if g.find(str(x)) == -1: ................print(a, x) ................break # David Consiglio, Jr., Nov 11 2015 #http://stuff.mit.edu/afs/sipb/contrib/pi/pi-billion.txt CROSSREFS Cf. A228988. Sequence in context: A211345 A060458 A173834 * A098430 A220285 A034177 Adjacent sequences:  A260624 A260625 A260626 * A260628 A260629 A260630 KEYWORD nonn,base,more AUTHOR David Consiglio, Jr., Nov 11 2015 STATUS approved

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